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Thread: Used Spa Purchase

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    Join Date
    May 2017
    Fresno, CA

    Used Spa Purchase

    i just bought a used Elite Spa that appears to be in good condition. There doesn't appear to be any mold growing and I tested all the jets/heater ex before moving it. It looks pretty clean. The spa movers did a great job and I am am filling it up for the first time since it had water in it yesterday. Should I still use Ahh-some even though I don't see any mold or feel any slime? I am going to be using chlorine. Anything else I should do or replace right out of the gate?
    Bestway AG Vinyl Oval
    18' x 9' x 48" ~ 3,548 Gallons
    Sand Filter & Solar Heater
    Elite Spa 86" x 87" ~ 350 Gallons
    TF-100 Test Kit

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    Join Date
    Feb 2017
    Dahlonega, Georgia

    Re: Used Spa Purchase

    It is highly recommended to use ahh-some, and many say not only for a used tub, but even before you first use a new tub. You should be most concerned about what is in the hidden areas of the plumbing.
    Coleman Lay-Z-Spa inflatable spa (by Bestway), 210-230 gal, installed in garage, currently using the dichlor/bleach method, custom test kit which is essentially a Taylor K-2006 with Taylor K-1004 comparator block for pH, Speed Stir

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