Does your spa filter need to be cleaned or replaced?
Spa filters should be replaced regularly, but even more regularly cleaned. As a rule, a spa filter needs cleaning after every use. You can do this using Pool.shop's spa cleaning products. If the spa filter has been in your spa for longer than about a week or a month (depending on how often you use your spa), you do not need to clean it; in fact, it should be replaced after that period of time.
When exactly is a spa filter due for replacement?
How often your spa filter should be changed depends mainly on how often you use your spa. If this is almost daily, then it is best to change the filter once a week. With lower usage, changing your spa filter once a month is sufficient. Over time, spa filters become clogged and worn, so it is not wise to continue using an outdated product for too long - even if it still looks relatively clean.
How can I make sure my spa filter lasts as long as possible?
To prolong the life of your spa filter, it is important to maintain it properly. A spa filter that is properly cleaned after every use is less likely to get clogged or damaged than if you did not. Thus, you can save money on replacement filters. However, be aware that your spa filter will have to be replaced after some time anyway, even with perfect maintenance.
What is the meaning of the different spa filter codes?
The codes used to identify spa filters represent the different spas and jacuzzis to which these filters can be applied. Each brand uses its own codes, so you will often see multiple codes associated with a spa filter. The fact that many spa filters are suitable for multiple spa brands makes them extra versatile. Always check carefully which code belongs to your brand of spa, so you always choose a suitable spa filter.
Branded and unbranded spa filters
Some spa filters, such as those from Darlly, are referred to by their brand name by default. For other spa filters, such as those from W'eau, the brand name is omitted from the naming convention. You might think that branded spa filters can only be used on a spa of that same brand, while unbranded spa filters are more versatile and can be installed in multiple types of spas. However, this is not necessarily true. In fact, most spa filters fit just fine in spas of different brands, as long as the codes match. So a Darlly spa filter can often be installed in a Darlly spa just as well as a Unicel spa, for example.
Buy your spa filter online at Pool.shop
If you are looking for one or more new spa filters, you have come to the right place at Pool.shop. Take a look through our product range to immediately see what options we offer. Want to know more about a specific product? Then read the product description for more information or contact our customer service, which will be happy to help you further.