Antifoam

Foaming is caused by pollutants in the water. Common culprits are make-up, body lotion and hair gels Anti-foam is an additive that reduces the foam formation, but unfortunately it can also make the water look dull.

  1. surespa FoamAway - 1lt
    surespa FoamAway - 1lt
    Sale Price: £11.40 Was: £16.35

    Foaming in hot tub water can be caused by significant organic matter from bathers entering the water after heavy use. It is also often caused by make-up, body lotions and other contaminants that really shouldn't be allowed to enter the water at all.

    surespa FoamAway has been especially formulated to damp down foaming that occurs when the jets are turned on in contaminated water.

    Anti-foam inevitably dulls the water and is best avoided if possible. If your water is foaming first make sure that the problem cannot be rectified by shocking the water and cleaning the filters.

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  2. AquaSPArkle FoamAway - 1lt
    AquaSPArkle FoamAway - 1lt
    £11.45

    AquaSPArkle Foam Away rapidly suppresses foaming in hot tub water.

    If cosmetics, soaps and oils are allowed to build up in your hot tub water they will cause foam to be generated when the pumps are turned on. The preferred solution is to remove these dissolved contaminants using a hot tub shock, but a shock product will take a few days to work so if a short-term emergency remedy is required the Aquasparkle FoamAway is the solution.

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  3. Zorbie Hot Tub Water Bobble environmentally friendly option
    Zorbie Hot Tub Water Bobble
    £19.95

    The Zorbie sponge floats on top of your hot tub water absorbing contaminants and so reducing foaming.

    A Zorbie keeps your water sparkling clear and foam free for up to 3 months without any chemical additives.

    Chemical free so great to use in conjunction with eco3spa or ecoONE Spa Monthly, but can also be used with Chlorine, Bromine, Aquafinesse, Spa Frog, O-Care or any other spa sanitation system.

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If you are finding that you are getting a small amount of foaming after your tub has been used heavily then you need Antifoam to eliminate the problem. You might also find a scum absorber sponge useful. However, if you find that you are constantly needing to use anti-foam during normal use then you should think about changing your water and of ways to keep the contaminants out!

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