Spa Selections Jet Clear, 16 fl. oz.
Protect spa and jetted tub plumbing against buildup from organic materials, oils, dirt and minerals with Spa Selections Jet Clear spa jet cleaner. Not only does this jet cleaner prevent buildup that can damage equipment, but it also helps ensure water flow is not restricted. Compatible with all sanitizers, including chlorine, bromine, ozone and biguanide. Add Spa Selections Jet Clear before draining hot tub water. TO USE: Remove filter and clean separately using a chemical filter cleaner. Before draining spa, add 8 fl. oz. of Spa Selections Jet Clear to warm spa water. Turn the pump ON and run the jets for 15 minutes (ensure the filter is not in the spa). Then turn the pump and jets OFF and let sit for one hour. After one hour, turn the pump ON and run the jets and blower for 15 minutes. Finally, drain the spa, hosing off the inside spa walls while draining. You might need to partially drain the spa to help reduce foaming. Refill the spa.
  • Contains one 16-fl.-oz. bottle of Spa Selections Jet Clear spa jet cleaner
  • Helps keep spa and hot tub plumbing free of organics, oils, dirt and minerals
  • Prevents buildup that can restrict water flow and damage equipment
  • Compatible with all sanitizers, including chlorine, bromine, ozone and biguanide
  • Add Spa Selections Jet Clear before draining hot tub water


Protect Spa and Jetted Hot Tub Plumbing

Prevent Harmful Buildup
Spa Selections Jet Clear spa jet cleaner helps keep spa and hot tub plumbing free of organics, oils, dirt and minerals.
Ensure Good Water Flow
Organic contaminants and sediment in spa equipment can restrict water flow and damage plumbing.
Compatible With All Sanitizers
This spa jet cleaner is compatible with all hot tub water sanitizers, including chlorine, bromine, ozone and biguanide.

How to Use Spa Selections Jet Clear

Add Product and Turn ON Jets
Add 8 fl. oz. of Spa Selections Jet Clear to warm spa water. Turn the pump ON and run the jets for 15 minutes (ensure the filter is not in the spa).
Let Sit for One Hour
Turn pump and jets OFF and let sit for one hour. After one hour, turn the pump ON and run the jets and blower for 15 minutes.
Drain Water and Rinse
Drain the spa, hosing off the inside walls while draining. You might need to partially drain the hot tub and refill it to help reduce foaming.


Frequently Asked Questions

A common cause of foam in spas and hot tubs is the turbulent water combined with lotions, soaps, and detergents from and their swimsuits. Showering before entering the spa and using Spa Selections Foam Out helps reduce the amount of foaming. Organic waste build-up can also cause foaming. If you are sanitizing your spa with bromine, you should shock your spa with Spa Selections Non-Chlorine Shock Oxidizer on a regular basis to oxidize the waste out of the water and reduce foaming.
Spa Selections Bromine is a two-part system, including Spa Selections Brominating Tablets and Spa Selections Brom-Start. Overall, bromine tends to be more popular among spa owners because unlike chlorine, bromine is effective over a wider pH range, doesn't irritate your eyes and will not bleach bathing suits. Additionally, bromine is still an effective sanitizer in its combined form and doesn't smell. Many spa owners, however, elect to sanitize with chlorine. Chlorine is traditionally used in pools and is an effective sanitizer and oxidizer. Spa Selections Chlorinating Granules are easy to use and keep the water sparkling clean!
How often you shock spa water depends on the sanitizer and the number of users in a 24-hour period. If you are using Spa Selections Bromine Tablets and Spa Selections Brom-Start, it is recommended that you shock each time you finish using your spa. If you are using Spa Selections Chlorinating Granules, it is recommended that you shock at least one time per week. It may be necessary to shock more often if the user load is heavy or the water is cloudy.