ProTeam - Spa Filter Clean

Item #: C003950-CS40P

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Sunplay - Ogden
216 N 700 W
Building 4C - Bay 5
Ogden, UT 84404
Store hours:
9am - 5pm, M-F

Las Vegas

Sunplay - Las Vegas
2950 E Sunset Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89120
Store hours:
10am - 6pm, M-F
10am -4pm, Weekends

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ProTeam - Spa Filter Clean

ProTeam’s Spa Filter clean is a heavy-duty filter cleaner that’s ideal for removing body oil, soaps, scale, grime, and other residue from cartridge filters. Filter Clean will work on all types of filters as it is a powerful degreasing agent. Normal use on filters will improve the cartridge’s capacity to clean the water and improve water flow and circulation. ProTeam Spa Filter Clean is a product that is compatible with chlorine, bromine, biguanide, silver-mineral, and ozone-treated hot tubs and spas.


  • When sprayed directly on the filter – remove the filter form the spa, rinse of excess debris from the pleats. Use a spray bottle (not included) filled with ProTeam Spa Filter Clean to get the product directly onto the filter, working from top to bottom. Allow it to stand for 15 minutes while the cleaner soaks in, then rinse completely. Place the filter back after it has had time to dry completely.
  • When soaking the filter – Add 16 oz. of product to 2 1/3 gallons of fresh water in a clean bucket. Always ad chemicals to water, never the other way around. Mix the solution thoroughly in the container before placing the cartridge in to soak. Let the filter soak for 30-60 minutes. NO NOT soak your filters in containers made of metal.


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