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    mitch08's Avatar
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    Jun 2008
    Suffolk County, NY

    Bubbles in spa

    Sometimes when we go in spillover spa if our suits have just been cleaned or we just showered, the soap residue will make tons of suds in the spa

    The kids love this stuff when it happens. I know putting soap or bubble bath in these spas is supposed to be very bad for equipment.

    But is there any safe product that does this? Some bubble product meant for spas? LOL!
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    Spring, TX

    Re: Bubbles in spa

    You could always get a bubbler that is meant for a tub and use that. It will make bubbles. ... athMat.htm

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    Sacramento, California USA

    Re: Bubbles in spa

    But is there any safe product that does this? Some bubble product meant for spas? LOL!
    I just turn on the jets to make bubbles -- this makes the kids, and a few adults, deliriously happy. If there are no jets in your spa, try the suggestion posted by laurandavid. Don't think it would be a good idea to add liquid soap--because of the mess, but I don't know that it would actually harm any equipment.
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