My Hot Tub Water is Cloudy – What Can I Do To Fix It?

Your hot tub should be crystal clear when you want to use it, not full of water that is too cloudy to see through. Keeping up with regular testing of your water and maintaining the balance of the pH, alkalinity, hardness, and other important levels will help ensure that no matter when you want to use your spa, the water …
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Why Is My Hot Tub Not Heating?

We all know that a hot tub is called a hot tub because it’s piping hot, not lukewarm or cold. That’s why we love them. The name “spa” conjure up a steaming, bubbling refuge from the stress of daily life. So when the hot tub or spa isn’t getting hot enough or is downright cold, that’s a big problem. While …
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Why Does a Hot Tub Trip a Breaker?

We love our hot tubs and spas, and we love it when they work perfectly every time. A well-maintained spa or hot tub has many moving parts, including a heater, blowers, pumps, filtration system, and electrical circuits among others. The electrical system runs all the others, so it can be frustrating when it stops working. If your hot tub trips …
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The Importance Of Checking and Preventing Your Spa Water From Freezing

During these cold and blustery winter months, checking your spa daily or bi-weekly is very critical to prevent any damage to your spa. Seeing as your water can freeze pretty quickly in cold temperatures, making sure your spa is running and up to the appropriate temperature is critical. No one wants their spa to turn into an ice skating rink! …
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Why Does My Hot Tub Water Smell Bad?

A smelly hot tub is actually more common than you think. Don’t be alarmed. Due to both the chemicals used and general upkeep, your hot tub will have a variety of smells, good and bad. Here, we will go over the reasons why your hot tub water smells with honest and easy solutions. With a bit of understanding, you should …
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Knowing When To Clean Your Water

So, how often do you change out your hot tub water? Figuring out when to change your hot tub water doesn’t have to be hard. There are a few rules of thumb that can help take out the mystery from hot tub maintenance. Hot tubs are a bit different from a pool because they are smaller and the water sits …
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Starting up a Master Spa

Maintenance Tips: How To Clean Your Hot Tub

It’s important to remember that spas and hot tubs require reasonable maintenance and cleaning! The joys of owning your own Master Spa hot tub can be endless. From those quick therapeutic treatments for aches and pains to the relaxing afternoons soothing your day away, a hot tub is a great investment. Still, there is no getting around the fact that …
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How to Drain a Master Spa Hot Tub

Draining your hot tub is easier than you think! So let’s say you’ve stayed on top of your teens using the hot tub, you make sure no one drags in muddy feet, and you regularly stay on top of your hot tub’s filter, cleaning it often. This is all great and you are definitely contributing to the longevity of your …
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Why Is My Hot Tub Foamy?

Here is an overview of the causes and solutions for a foamy spa, and which products will keep your hot tub sparkling and clear! Your hot tub is foamy and sudsing as a result of several possible causes. If you notice foaming while you are enjoying your hot tub, one or more of these issues could be causing it: Laundry …
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Relieve Stress With Your Hot Tub

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How to Start Up a Master Spa in Six Steps

Best practices to start up a Master Spa in six steps Starting up your Master Spa may seem like a simple task, but there are some important items to keep in mind to keep your spa sparkling all year round – right from the get go. We’ve outlined a simple six-step process to starting up your Master Spa below. Keep …
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Smart Top Covers

8 Reasons to Buy Smart Top Covers for Your Master Spas

If you’re like most spa owners, you love your Master Spa hot tub…but hate that old vinyl cover that sits on top of it! Traditional vinyl covers get waterlogged and heavy, faded and torn, and before long they’ve lost their insulating capabilities—and it’s time to replace them yet again. If you’re tired of all the hassles that come with vinyl …
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Maintenance Tips: Easily Clean Your Spa Jets

Cleaning your hot tub jets has never been easier! Spas and hot tubs require regular maintenance and cleaning to ensure proper operation and a lengthy useful life. Cleaning a hot tub can be quite a daunting task but it is important to it so that it can be used regularly. Although most spa parts are cleaned regularly, spa jets are …
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Spa Leak Repairs Made Simple

Easily identify which of your hot tub parts are leaking and learn how to fix them! There are various areas in your spa hot tub that might experience leaking. It can be tough to find the source of leakage, but things can be simplified if you know where to start. There are many different parts in your spa that may …
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Importance of Draining Your Hot Tub

Draining your hot tub is essential to keeping your hot tub clean and running efficiently.                   Part of owning a hot tub is making sure to keep up with all of the maintenance involved. In addition to routine filter cleaning (which is VERY important!), draining your spa is really important to do at least every 3-4 months.  …
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Hard Water: What is it, Why it’s Harmful and How To Prevent Damage

It’s important to be aware if your hot tub has hard water! Hot tub water should be gentle on your skin. However, because of the sanitizers that you need to use in the water and because of all the other chemicals put in the Master Spas hot tubs to keep them clean, the water inside can become “hard” water. What exactly is hard water? …
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How Hot Should My Hot Tub Be?

Making sure you have the correct temperature is your spa is KEY. The temperature of the water inside your hot tub is one of the main determinants of having a positive spa experience. If it’s too hot, you won’t be able to step inside and would start dreading the spa; too cold and it will have absolutely no effect on …
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