What Causes Hot Tub Biofilm? (and how to get rid of it)


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You don’t need to be a chemist to own a hot tub, but for your own safety and those soaking in your hot tub, knowing what chemicals to use and how to maintain it is crucial. Biofilm is one thing to be aware of, but what causes hot tub biofilm?

Here’s what I’ve seen:

Biofilm in a hot tub is caused by excess contaminants on the skin and bathing suits of people soaking, in addition to airborne contaminants. It is essentially a collection of bacteria that builds up in the plumbing and equipment of the hot tub. But it is rarely seen, so many are not even aware they have it.

But it’s not just that simple.

And what’s more, you’ll want to know how to get rid of it and how to prevent it from forming in the future.

In this article, I will explain exactly what biofilm is and why you and your family and friends are the biggest contributors to it.

Let’s get into it.

Ready to Spend Less Time On Maintenance and More Time Enjoying Your Hot Tub?

Let’s face it. Balancing the water, cleaning filters, dealing with rashes, and trying to figure out which chemicals to buy and add can make you feel more like a chemist than someone who just wants to relax after a long hard day!

That’s exactly why The Hot Tub Handbook and Video Course is so valuable!

This is from Matt over at Swim University and he developed it for people looking to save money, time, and frustration. His tips on chemicals can save you $100/year just by making sure you buy only what you need.

So if you’re ready to stop being confused or frustrated with your hot tub and start spending more time in it, check out The Hot Tub Handbook and Video Course.

Just click that link to learn more on their website.

Jeff Campbell

Jeff Campbell is a father, martial artist, budget-master, Disney-addict, musician, hot tub lover, and recovering foodie having spent over 2 decades as a leader for Whole Foods Market.

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