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HydroMassage Maintenance

Maintaining a hydromassage bed is essential to ensure its longevity, hygiene, and optimal performance. Here are some general maintenance tips for hydromassage beds:

  1. Regular Cleaning:

  • Clean the surfaces of the hydromassage bed regularly with a mild, non-abrasive cleaner. Ensure it's suitable for the materials used in the bed.

  • Pay attention to any visible residue, and clean it promptly. This helps prevent the build-up of oils, lotions, or other substances.

  1. Water Quality:

  • If your hydromassage bed uses water, ensure the water quality is maintained. Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for water treatment and cleaning.

  • Regularly check the water levels and replace the water if necessary. Stagnant water can lead to bacterial growth.

  1. Inspect Tubing and Jets:

  • Regularly inspect the tubing and jets for any signs of wear, tear, or damage. Replace any damaged parts promptly.

  1. Check for Leaks:

  • Periodically check for leaks in the water circulation system. Leaks can damage the internal components and should be repaired immediately.

  1. Electrical Components:

  • Ensure that all electrical components are in good condition. If you notice any issues, such as frayed wires or malfunctioning controls, contact a professional technician for repairs.

  1. Follow Manufacturer's Instructions:

  • Always refer to the manufacturer's maintenance guidelines provided in the user manual. This ensures that you are following the specific recommendations for your hydromassage bed model.

  1. Scheduled Servicing:

  • Consider scheduling regular professional servicing for the hydromassage bed. This can involve a thorough inspection, cleaning, and replacement of any worn-out parts.

  1. Keep the Area Dry:

  • Ensure that the area around the hydromassage bed stays dry. Moisture can damage the electronic components and create an unsafe environment.


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