Hot springs has always been my most hated tub to fix (I have been known to refer them out when I am busy), but plumbing leaks are far less common in them than any other brand I am familiar with. So while I personally dislike working on them, and not just for the reasons you might think from this thread, I can't argue with their longevity in general. I see far more 20+ year old hot springs than any other brand. This one is an '02, and was still running original pumps (jet and circulation), controller (though the auxiliary control is bad as usual), and main board. The motor base was literally rusted off of the jet pump from sitting in water for so long, the plumbing was holding it up.So cross Hot Springs Spas off your list of recommended hot tubs, eh?
Definitely looks like a terrible way to design a shell. Easy for them to manufacture but terrible for the owner.
I have a large top loader. I use about 1/2 tsp along with a half full bleach dispenser on the “Affresh Clean” cycle (it has a dedicated clean cycle). No major foam. When it’s done, my washer smells squeaky clean.How much did u use ? Front load or top load? I have a front loader & I’m skeered of the foam
Well, it's been chilly, but there were ample adult words involved.sweat and adult words