Spa Giene protects the health of your guests, ensures your duty of care requirements are exceeded and protects your good reputation.
Where to use.
Spa Giene is a wide spectrum anti-microbial product. It is designed to effectively and hygienically clean the entire surface and pump system of spa baths, hydrotherapy baths, hydro baths, whirlpool baths and spa pools. It breaks down and dislodges body fats, hair, organic matter and biological waste from the pump system. It is non-hazardous, biodegradable and works in septic and water treatment environments.
A bit more about it...
Spa Hygiene is essential in today’s environment to eliminate and prevent bacteria and disease. Spa baths can accumulate an amazing amount of unhygienic matter such as body fat and oils that
“The ‘Capital Health Authority’ in Canada, has conducted field trials on Quaternary ammonium compounds, Bleach and Virox and the only chemical they have found which effectively reduced pathogenic bacteria in individual hydrotherapy tubs
We would like to point out that the antimicrobial properties of
The base quaternary ammonium component used in SPA.
How clean is your bath, Really? Just imagine...
You have been driving all day and half the night. You book into a motel and take the deluxe suite because it includes a spa bath and the state you’re in, a long hot spa before bed would be simply priceless. The bath is, as you predicted, magnificent! You lean over to turn the jets on and suddenly a housemaid enters the bathroom carrying a glass of thick black sludgy looking liquid. She explains that “in this motel, we don’t sanitize our spa baths properly and therefore certain body fats, hairs, bacteria from wounds and potentially awful diseases that have come from previous guests’ bodies, have been lodged in the pipes of this spa bath, they look just like the substance in this glass”. “Just thought I’d let you know before you turn the jets on!” “Well… Are you going to use it now”?
If you don’t know – Ask for SPA.
What happens if you do not clean your Spa/ Whirlpool/ Jacuzzi Bath?
Consumers could be at risk when one person has a bath and leaves bacteria for example (
How to use.
Step 1. Fill the spa bath with cold or hot water to 3cm above the jet line. Hot water is preferred but not essential.
Step 2. Add 50ml of spa cleaner concentrate to the spa water. For larger spas keep in mind you will need approx 50ml per 200 litres of water in the spa bath.
Step 3. Turn jets (pump) on and run jets for 5 minutes. Some foaming will occur. For an initial clean or in the case of very dirty pipes a longer time may be required.
Step 4. Turn the jets off and drain bath. Rinse the bath water (allow tap to run) after it is completely drained.
Step 5. Using spa cleaner on a clean cloth, apply and wipe the bath surface and surrounding area. Important: Do not use any other cleaning chemical for this task.
Step 6. Polish the bath with a clean, dry cloth for a sparkling shine.
• Spa Baths - 50ml per dose
• Spa Pools - 100ml per 1000 Litres
• Auto Dishwasher - 50 ml per dose
• Washing Machine (excl. front loaders) - 50 ml per dose
• Start filling the bath immediately. While it’s filling you can do your other jobs.
• Severe soiling may require you to repeat the directions.
• Do not mix with any other chemicals.
• Always wear gloves and protective eyewear when handling or using and cleaning chemicals.