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How to raise calcium hardness in spa

What should calcium hardness be in a spa? Calcium hardness must be actively managed—along with pH and total alkalinity—to keep water in proper chemical balance. Current industry standards call for maintaining calcium hardness in the ideal range of 200–400 ppm in pools and 150–250 ppm in spas. Does baking soda increase calcium hardness? However, adding too much baking soda might…

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Where to buy spa robes

What is the best spa robe? Without further ado, here are 15 of the best bathrobes worthy of top properties around the world. Ugg Lorie Terry Short Robe. Richie House Plush Fleece Bathrobe. Westin Spa Robe. Missoni Home Stan Hooded Cotton-terry Robe. Does Bed Bath and Beyond have robes? Bath Robes | Bed Bath & Beyond. Does Walmart have bath…

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How to find a happy ending spa

How much should you pay for a happy ending? So what does that cost you to go? Normally a $40 tip is required for happy ending. $60 seems to be the going price for an hour massage, so $100 total. Does full body massage include private parts? A full-body massage doesn’t have to include your sensitive areas. You can say…

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How to drain a spa attached to a pool

Can I drain my hot tub into my pool? The simple answer is: Yes, you can drain a hot tub into a pool. Most in-ground pools only require draining every 5 to 7 years, so draining your hot tub into the pool can prove to be resourceful while lowering your sewer costs. Pool chemicals and filters are much stronger and…

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How to clean a spa bath

How do you naturally clean a spa bath? Try using a non-toxic approach with white vinegar and hot water. Fill the bathtub with hot water, then add white vinegar and run the jets on high for a few cycles. Drain the tub, then fill it once more with only water and run the jets to rinse out the vinegar. Are…

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