Maintenance Guide for Steam Shower Room
1.Please keep basin clean to avoid hair or other dust of choking inside drainage. Any furring inside basin, soft wet cloth with little of toothpaste will be helpful to remove it.
2.If any dust stuck in steam shower room, please use soft cloth with some cleaning agent clean it. Blade or any other metal tools are prohibited to avoid of any scratch on product surface.
3.Maintenance for chromed parts: wipe it gently with soft cloth. Coarse cloth and chemical agent are strongly forbidden to use.
4.Please don't use acid, alkaline and organic compound agents, such as alcohol, ammonia, acetone etc, to clean product surface. If cleaning is necessary, neutral agent is recommended.
5. Any fall off of the silicon will lead leaking. Be sure to make it up once it happens.
6.Be sure to keep the door open for good ventilation after finishing shower, otherwise mildew or smell will happen due to steam or water remaining inside shower room.
Maintenance Guide for Massage Bathtub
1.Please keep bathtub clean to avoid hair or other dust of choking inside drainage.
2.Treating for bathtub body: in case of any furring or dust on surface, please use soft cloth with little of toothpaste to remove it.
3.Any light scratch or smoke remarks from cigarette, please use soft cloth with little of toothpaste to gently grind it.
4.Maintenance for chromed parts: wipe it gently with soft cloth. Coarse cloth and chemical agent are strongly forbidden to use.
5.Please don't add too much vegetal cosmetic inside water to avoid choking in filter.
Maintenance Guide for Spa Pools
Your new spa will be so beautiful, you may be tempted to fuss over it. Don't bother.
If the shell is made of Lucite® cast acrylic, spa maintenance is as easy as wiping it with mild detergent.
Water, filters and cleanups. Naturally, you don't need to drain a spa after each use. But you should keep an eye on water quality. Testing and proper treatment will keep the water clean and inviting. Your spa dealer can provide recommendations on the proper products for easy use.
Draining and refilling is simple. If you buy a spa with an ozonator — a device that kills bacteria in your spa water — refilling once or twice a year should suffice. After your spa is drained, wipe the surface with a soft cloth or sponge. If the shell is made of cast acrylic, a mild cleaner will restore its showroom luster, year after year.
Of course, your portable spa will come with its own filtration system. The filter cartridge will need to be removed and rinsed from time to time. Check your owner's manual for complete instructions.
Safety. To keep children and pets safe around the spa, be sure to purchase a cover that can be locked in place when your spa isn't in use. In general, children under 6 years old shouldn't use a spa — and of course, no child should be allowed near a spa without adult supervision. Pregnant women should consult their doctor before using a spa. Always read your owner's manual before operating your spa for the first time.