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How to Clean the Jetted Tub?

How to Clean the Jetted Tub?

Jetted tubs are a luxurious addition to any bathroom. Not only do they look great, but they also provide a chance for some relaxation and peace. However, these tubs can get dirty over time. If you want to keep your jetted tub looking new, then you need to clean it regularly.

A lot of people who have a tub at home stop using it when it starts to take out dirt while operating. We have prepared an excellent guide explaining how to clean the Jetted Tub without using hazardous substances that will harm your health or work the hot tub in the future.

Clean the Jetted Tub
Soon your Jetted Tub will be Clean. Photo by Max Vakhtbovych.

How to clean the jetted tub?

To clean the jetted tub, you need to take some measures.

  1. First of all, turn off the power and water supply.
  2. Remove the jets by unscrewing them from the base of the tub.
  3. Clean the jets with a soft brush and soapy water,
  4. then rinse the jets with clear water and dry them off with a towel. You can also use an old toothbrush to scrub away stubborn stains.
  5. Flush out any debris gathered in the overflow drain at the bottom of your tub.
  6. Put back the jets by screwing them from the base of the tub.
  7. Fill the tub with hot water to the height of the jets. Add white vinegar or bleach (We recommend using white vinegar) to the hot water. Run the tub for about 5-10 minutes until the jets stop coming out of the dirt.
  8. Turn off the jets and drain the water.
  9. Repeat steps 7 and 8, but this time without bleach or white vinegar.


How often should you clean a Jacuzzi bath?

Cleaning a Jacuzzi bath frequency depends on the type of water you use. If you use filtered or distilled water, you should clean your tub every 2 to 3 months. If you use tap water, you should clean it every two weeks.

How much vinegar do I put in my hot tub to clean jets?

The amount of vinegar you put in your hot tub to clean jets will depend on the tub size, how dirty the jets are, and how often you use your tub.

Will vinegar hurt my hot tub?

Vinegar is a popular home remedy. It is natural and contains no harmful substances, so it’s safe to use when you clean your tub.

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