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Directions for using The Natural Solution for Hot Tubs

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Donna    204-795-1212

  • 100% ALL NATURAL Hot Tub Treatment
  • Safe for You and the environment
  • Great for people with eczema, psoriasis or chemical sensitivities
  • WILL NOT CAUSE rashes, itching, burning red eyes or dry skin
  • Enjoy the easiest and lowest cost maintenance routine
  • Change your water once per year


Referral Program:  refer 2 people get 1 FREE 3 Month Water Treatment

I am the only distributor of this product in Manitoba
I do not sell to stores





Cleansing Your Hot Tub  Filter Cleaner / Hot Tub Cleanser $40.95

The Filter Cleaner/Hot Tub Cleanser has a dual purpose. It cleans the filters and cleanses the hot tub. Cleansing the hot tub is highly recommended for new and used tubs prior to starting our system. It removes buildup in the plumbing system and residues from the manufacturing process. Use the water in your tub to cleanse, so do not drain the tub. If tub is empty you will have to fill it. It is inexpensive; the cost to fill a hot tub is under $12.00 for an 8 man tub. Well worth it!!

Day 1 & 2     To get started, turn down the temperature of the hot tub to its lowest setting.

This product works best in cooler water. Keep the filter(s) in the tub as it will collect the residues.


Shake the cleanser bottle and leave 1 oz. in the bottle to clean the filters later. Pour the bottle into the tub. Run the jets for 5 min. Let tub circulate on normal cycle for 2 days (No problem if longer). Then 2 or 3 times per day open the lid and turn the jets on high for 5 minutes keeping the cover open each time. Foaming will occur, do not be alarmed. Turn the jets off to allow it to dissipate then close lid. The cleanser removes the buildup of chemical residues & oils in your plumbing and jets. Repeat this cleanse every 4 years. On the years that you do not cleanse your tub refer to Day 3 to change your water or open your tub each year.


Day 3 Shut off the power, drain and clean the hot tub. Remove the filter(s) remaining in the tub & rinse thoroughly, and then soak in 1 oz. of Filter Cleaner. (See cleaning your filter notes).

 “IMPORTANT” Hold the garden hose up to each jet starting with the top jets. This runs the water back thru the jets to flush out the jet lines to remove any debris & cleanser that can cause foaming later on. Flush all jets minimum 3 times, if debris still comes out you may have to flush each jet 10 times.

NOTE:  When water is still draining from the tub and gets to below the seats this is when I start to flush the jet lines. Use another garden hose attached to faucet with flosser or garden sprayer and hold it up to each jet and flush the lines. 
This is very important! If you do not flush the lines, when you fill your hot tub any debris not fully drained from lines will now be sitting in your new water.

In a pail, dilute ½ cup of javex or vinegar in water to wash the entire tub including filter housing, head rests and cover. Next, rinse the tub.  All water must be removed from tub & wiped dry. Now your hot tub is clean & ready to be filled.  If you have scale buildup on the tub surface, I recommend cleaning with vinegar and a scrubby. The acid in the vinegar will help to remove the scale buildup.
In a spray bottle add 80% vinegar and 20% water, spray down tub and use scrubby.

This sounds like a lot of work however, on average it takes about 1 hour to flush jet lines and wash down your tub. If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out to me.


Preparing your garden hose Using a clean garden hose to fill your tub eliminates problems associated with water mold. Water mold is white flakes that dissolve when touched and is caused by a contaminated garden hose. To prevent water mold, pour 3 cups of bleach or vinegar into the garden hose and soak for 20 minutes. Next, attach the hose to the faucet and flush it thoroughly with water. Do this every spring to clean your hose(s), as well as prior to a fresh fill. Note: These flakes are different from flakes caused by mineral build up.


Fill your tub with Spa Pre-Filter             Spa Prefilter $34.95         Filters 30,000 liters

The filter is designed to remove most of the elements, minerals and impurities, which provide cleaner softer water. Attach the Spa Prefilter to the garden hose and flush it for 30 seconds, then fill the hot tub. The filter can also be used to top up the tub. Note: If the flow is restricted, it is full of elements and minerals and it’s time to replace the Spa Pre-filter. If you need to add stain and scale, add it when filling your tub.

Cleaning Your Filters       Rinse the filter weekly                   Deep clean the filter monthly

Rinse the filter thoroughly then pour 1oz. pre-measured filter cleaner into a pail. The bottle measures a ½ ounce. Next, add the filter and fill the pail with cold water. Soak the filter for 24-48 hours. Remove and rinse the filter. It is important to rinse the filter really well, otherwise it can cause foam in your hot tub. Note: It can be beneficial to have 2 sets of filters so you can rotate them.


BEFORE Adding the 3 Month Hot Tub Water Treatment        3 Month $40.95 
1.    Heat the water and when the temperature is above 90 degrees, test the alkalinity & the PH using test strips.

2.    Always adjust the Alkalinity first then the PH.  The Alkalinity must be in the range of 80-120.

If it’s too low, add Alkalinity increaser. If too high, add PH down. Wait 4 hours to retest the alkalinity and repeat if necessary. Do not add more than 3 applications of PH. in 24 hours. If you have really hard water you can use muriatic acid to reduce your alkalinity or ph. 

3.    The PH must be in the range of 7.8 - 8.2. If it’s is too low, add PH Plus, or if it’s too high add PH Minus.

4.    When alkalinity and PH numbers are in range, shake the bottle, and add 1 full bottle of 3 month water treatment.

Note: Use ½ the bottle for 2-3 man tubs under 800 liters of water. Circulate the water for 1 hour then enjoy.

If you experience cloudy water after a couple of days retest and adjust your PH & alkalinity if required. You can add 1-2 tbsp. of chlorine. The 3 month treatment may take up to 5 days to stabilize in the water.

Chlorine will not harm the enzymes.


If you have questions call me, I am here to support you. Send a photo of your test strip for clarification.


If you experience foam / scum line / cloudy water / odour Rinse your filters and add 2-4 tablespoons of Chlorine Granules. Your water will clear up; Repeat if necessary. If water has a green tint, check your PH and Alkalinity to ensure they are in range.


Filter Flosser    $42.95 

Attach it to the garden hose to rinse filters. A clean filter ensures better water quality. Replace filters every 2 years.


Adding 1-2 tbsp. of chlorine once per week and rinsing filters is part of a weekly maintenance routine. However, you determine how much chlorine your tub requires.

You should always have a 0 reading of chlorine on your test strip as the enzymes are now working to keep your tub cleaned.


Every 3 months add another bottle of 3 month water treatment.


The Natural Solution is compatible with ozonators and UV lights

We recommend using Chlorine.  We DO NOT recommend bromine

***Health Canada recommends 3 ppm chlorine or bromine***

Review our testimonials what you read is what you will experience.

If you have any questions or problems, please do not hesitate to reach out to me.  I am here to support you and will guide you through every step.

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Donna  Cell   204-795-1212

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