How to Clean a Jetted Bathtub

Are you ready to relax in your Jacuzzi, jetted or hot tub but not sure if it’s clean enough for a soak? We explain how to clean those jets.

If just the idea of soaking in a jetted bathtub at the end of a long day is enough to put a smile on your face, you’ll want to make sure that tub is as clean as a whistle. Get quotes from up to
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There’s nothing that can destroy a relaxing mood quicker than unanticipated gunk shooting out of the jets.

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How to clean tub jets

To clean the jets themselves, Thiago de Souza, operations assistant at Jill’s Cleaning – Maids At Your Service in Natick, Massachusetts, says to fill the tub with warm water and add a drop of dishwasher detergent. “Then just run the jets for a bit,” he says.

To best clean the actual bathtub and the exposed part of the jets, you can use Scrubbing Bubbles and a Magic Eraser. Spray all surfaces, then wait a few minutes before gently wiping all surfaces — including the jets — with the Magic Eraser. Then rinse everything clean. You can also use an old toothbrush to scrub the jets and remove any stubborn buildup.

Editor’s note: This is an updated version of an article originally posted on Dec. 10, 2014.   Jan. 20, 2016 By Staci Giordullo @StaciG3   Staci Giordullo 

started writing for Angie’s List in 2007, and as a senior writer, focuses primarily on topics involving real estate, doors, insurance, remodeling, and garages.

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