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Shalena

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  1. Also - of note - I had the water tested and it is in range for all parameters. I also tested the source water and it is within range for biguanide - meaning the TDS and chlorine was low. Also to add - the original recommendation told us to us a mineral stick with the Free system - NO! Per the manufacturer, the minerals are not compatible with biguanide. So that is what I suspect caused the first issue with the “goo”. However, after draining and cleaning, and the mineral content is within parameters, I am still at a loss.
  2. Hi there. Please help if you can. I have a 2118g swim spa that is 6mos old. We have had to drain it three times so far - it was recommended that we use a biguanide system and we use Leisure Time Free system (same manufacturer as BaquaSpa) I have an issue with the “goo” that accumulated on my spa water line, which is extremely sticky, and the stickiness is also like a “slick” on the water - the “slick” is not gummy and isnt sticky until you get out of the water and dry...then it feels like dried glue but sticky. We drained it, cleaned, pressure washed, cleaned again, drained again then refil
  3. Hi there. I have a 2118g swim spa that is 6mos old. We have had to drain it three times so far. I have an issue with the “goo” that accumulated on my spa water line, which is extremely sticky, and the stickiness is also like a “slick” on the water. We refilled it two weeks ago and the issue came back within a week. The sticky slick settles on the skin making me sticky. (If anyone knows how to easily get the sticky off of our body, you would be my new best friend!). I added Enzyme and additional sanitizer, and the goo along the walls started to gum up. I can get the gum off with a scrap
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