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Ahh Some Hot Tub Plumbing Line Purge Cleaner

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Ahh-Some is a remarkable hot tub plumbing purge type cleaner that gets rid of gunk stuck in the hot tub pipes.

Ahh-Some Hot tub and jetted bath plumbing and jet cleaner in this 2 ounce jar.

This product is essential when buying a used hot tub and highly recommended to periodically purge the plumbing lines of things that can reduce flow or just plain allow bacteria and unwanted critters to grow. 

Ahh Some also works on jetted bath tubs. Ahh-Some is made with Intelligent molecules that seek out gunk and sludge in your plumbing.

This is the most popular 2 ounce size, so give it a try and if it works for you, you can get a larger size - or find the larger size at the button above.

This product is called a Bio-Cleaner and since it is highly concentrated, you get a 3 month supply in this 2 ounce jar. 

Not all organics, soaps, residues, lotions, cosmetics, sweat and other byproducts are able to be filtered out and some of these will eventually accumulate in the plumbing, pipes and corridors of the inside guts of your spa.  Get rid of these sticky byproducts and residues with a regular cleansing by Ahh Some. This gel based product wrestles those hangers-on free so they can be removed from your spa plumbing.

Although this product is very popular with jetted tub owners since water does not circulate during a cleaning cycle and just sits in the lines until the next use, it is also recommended when changing the water in your spa every 3 months to use this product to deep clean the interior piping for the same reasons. 

Some Jacuzzi owners will use bleach or other home made remedies but those items have by-products when coming in contact with seals and equipment, so best to use Ahh Some cleaner to ungunk the lines.

This product can also unclog jets and clean them out in one go.

Get this 2 ounce size or find a larger size at the button above.

Ahh Some Instructions for Hot Tubs come with the product.

It is recommended to purge your hot tub of exfoliated skin, harmful bacteria and general accumulated gunk every 3-6 months (between every water change or two depending on hot tub use).

Add about 1 tablespoon (3 level teaspoons) of our gel to a 300 gallon hot tub just prior to your maintenance purge.

Vary amount of product needed depending on the size of your hot tub. Run the pump(s) and blower to attain maximum circulation. Open air intake valve(s).

Foaming occurs when using this product and that is normal.

Remove and rinse the filter(s) and add to the hot tub water. Operate the jets and also the blower if available -  up to 30 minutes.

Turn the spa off and drain and rinse it with fresh water. Remove the filter(s) from the spa.

add-ahhsometowater.jpgRinse filter off with a hose. and replace.  Wipe the hot tub as clean as possible, getting that sticky gunk off of the interior finish.

Be sure to dump as much of the dirty water as possible after doing this cleaning purge. Ideally, you get all the water out of the tub after this cleaning. Use rubber gloves and a good cleaner when you rinse and wipe the shell. Mixing 1/8 th of a level teaspoon of Ahh-Some Gel to 32 ounces of water in a trigger spray bottle will make a wonderful cleaner for the acrylic shell wipe down. If your spa has a blower with air channel (holes in the bottom), this will be very difficult unless you can literally lift the spa so that the water in the channel flow to one area that you can scoop out.

You can  use a wet/dry shop vac to remove the remaining water out of the air channel system. That’s it! Fill the hot tub with water to the manufacturer recommended level.

See the helpful video on how easy it is to use this product.

Add balancing chemicals and a sanitizer as usual.  It is fine to drain the Ahh-Some treated water onto grass, flowers or plants.

Use Ahh-Some on any used spa you buy. Also use it before starting up a factory delivered hot tub for the first time since there can be standing water inside new spas that cannot be completely drained.  You don't want your first dip to be in hot tub factory testing water, so use Ahh Some to purge and fill with clean water to start off right.


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