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Fix A Leak Spa 8 Oz Bottle Hot Tubs Spas Marlig

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  • Fix A Leak Spa 8 Oz Bottle
  • Fix A Leak Spa 8 Oz Bottle
Now: $19.77
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Fix-A-Leak is a concentrated solution that is poured into the hot tub to fix leaks.

Be sure to remove filters before using.  This is the spa size 8oz bottle that works for most size spas.   Manufacturer recommends using 4 ounces per 250 gallons. So this bottle 8 oz size will work for most any spa.

We also offer the larger quart size for swimming pools up to 22,000 gallons.

The best solution to permanently fix leaks is to repair the plumbing, but sometimes - especially in fully foamed spas, that can be very difficult. 

This product helps to seal holes up to 1/8" in diameter and forms a long-lasting seal.

Use 4 ounces to every 250 gallons of spa water. We also offer the larger size bottle if needed.

This product will not harm salt chlorine generators, heaters, pumps or filters (but still best to remove the filter).

Great way to fix a slow leak. It also can fix a small shell leak, but most hot tub owners use it to fix plumbing issues.

Tested in all types of weather conditions and temperatures. This is the brand name leak sealer using a patented formula.  Seals leaks in suction lines as well.  This product forms a durable, long lasting seal.

Follow the directions that come with the bottle.

Shake well before using.  With pump running, add Fix-A-Leak per directions that come with the product.  It can be introduced into the system either in the skimmer (with no filter) or in front of any suction intake. FixALeak is heavy and will sink to the bottom - it should be stirred back into suspension every 4-6 hours during the circulation of the water.  Continue to circulate the water until the leak stops.  After leak stops, they recommend curing 24-48 hours - then return to normal filtration.  After the leak has stopped for sure, then drain the spa and wipe down with a wet non-abrasive cloth. Let it dry for 4-5 days.

So let the water sit for a day after it has slowly circulated enough to have the leak stop.  Then drain the spa, wipe the shell and let it stand empty (covered) for a couple of days before refilling.   Remember to refill the spa at the skimmer/filter area to avoid an air pocket on startup - (and to replace the filter you removed).

Some people online have said "After having our local dealer come to fix our hot tub which cost us $530.00 it was leaking like crazy. He said we should call him to come back at a later time to fix the problem. We thought that's what we hired him to do in the first place. At $80.00 to come out here before he even does anything we looked for alternatives. Much to our surprise 1 bottle did the trick."



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