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Use And Care Guide For Your Whirlpool System 

  1. Before initial operation of your system, take a few minutes to read instructions on its operation.
  2. Never allow the whirlpool system to run without sufficient water in the tub.  The pump is designed to be cooled by the water.  Continued operation without water could damage seal or impeller.
  3. Never allow small children in the bathtub without proper supervision.
  4. Don’t place small articles in the bathtub that could possibly enter into the jets or suction area.
  5. If your system is operated by a timer or wall switch, always set timer or switch while out of the bathtub.
  6. If your system is operated by an air switch, it can be turned on or off at any time while in the bathtub.
  7. Make sure the eyeballs of all jets are turned in a downward position.
  8. While in the bathtub you may start making the necessary adjustments for the most comforting and relaxing bathing experience:
    1. Adjust the eyeballs for the directional flow that most suits you.
    2. By adjusting the air control(s) you can determine your own air and water mixture.  The air control closed all the way will eliminate air from your jets.  Open your control(s) a slight turn at a time until the suitable massage action is determined.
  9. Be careful not to overdo your stay in the bathtub.

Cleaning Tips For Whirlpool Systems 

It is necessary to regularly clean your whirlpool system, especially when taking oil baths.  Normal cleansing should be about once a month.

  1. Fill your bathtub with warm water.

  2. Add 1 cup of “Clean·Way™” or call for other recommended products.

  3. Turn your system on and allow it to run for about 10 minutes.

  4. Drain bathtub.

  5. Fill your tub once again with rinse water and allow your system to run another 10 minutes, purging all soap from the lines.

  6. Drain tub – and you should now have a clean and sanitary whirlpool system.

Cleaning Tips For Lucite® Acrylics Surfaced Products

To properly clean a Lucite® acrylic-surfaced bathtub or shower pan, it is recommended to wipe the surface with a damp cloth (or sponge) using household soap or liquid detergent.

DO NOT USE any cleaning products containing abrasive or solvents, as these could dull the brilliant surface.  Products like Bon-Ami, Comet, Ajax, Soft Scrub, or Lysol are not recommended.  Harsh chemicals should never be used on acrylic surfaces.

The procedure to remove a light surface scratch or burnish mark is quite simple.  Apply paste wax or automobile rubbing compound to the scratch and then mildly buff the area.  This will return the original luster and shine to the marred acrylic surface.  Should a deep scratch or more serious damage be encountered, please consult C&S Fiberglass or Lucite® Acrylic’s Technical Service Department for repair instructions.

These suggestions are based on information believed to be reliable; however, C&S Fiberglass makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the absolute correctness or sufficiency of any of the foregoing, or that additional or other measures may not be required under particular conditions or circumstances.

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