How To Clean A Jetted Bathtub

how to clean a jetted bathtub

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how to clean bathtub jets with basic household ingredients fill the tub until the jets are covered by 23 inches of hot water add 2 tablespoons of a lowsudsing dishwashing liquid and 12 cup of bleach if you want to keep things green you can substitute 1 cup of white vinegar for the bleach, step 1 flush accumulated gunk and bacteria from internal tub plumbing step 1 flush accumulated gunk and bacteria from internal tub plumbing step 2 turn off the airinduction valves step 3 flush the tub one more time step 4 scrub gently with baking soda step 5 clean the jets with a

step 3 without rinsing away the baking soda fill up your tub with water you dont have to fill it completely but fill it enough that the jets will run i tend to use cold water for the sake of conserving energy but if your tub is especially dirty hot water will help loosen the grime, the purpose here is to break up mold mildew and soap scum baking soda is nonabrasive which is good as most whirlpool tubs are made of acrylic which can scratch quite easily step 7 use an old toothbrush to clean around and inside the jets reach in with the brush as far as you can to clean this area very well