Knowing how to drain/empty your lazy spa, aka Lay Z Spa, is crucial for optimal performance and longevity. One of the key maintenance tasks is draining and emptying the lazy spa jacuzzi.
This blog post will guide you through the process, ensuring you can enjoy your hot tub spa for years.
How to Empty a Lazy Spa Hot Tub?
So, how do you empty a Lazy Spa Hot Tub? The process is straightforward, but following the steps carefully is essential to avoid damaging your spa. Here are the steps:
- Turn off the spa and unplug it from the power source.
- Remove the filter and attach the drainage adapter to the valve.
- Connect a garden hose to the adapter and direct the other end to a suitable drainage area.
- Open the valve to start draining the spa to your desired level.
Remember, never attempt to move or lift the hot tub jacuzzi when it’s full of water. This can damage the Lay Z Spa and potentially cause YOU an injury.
Product Recommendation: Bestway Lay-Z-Spa Drainage Adapter
How to Drain a Lazy Spa Completely?
But what if you want to drain a Lay Z Spa fully? Draining is similar to emptying but involves a few extra steps to remove all the water. Here’s how to drain a lazy spa completely:
- Follow the steps above to empty the lazy spa.
- Once the water level is low, use a sponge or towel to absorb the remaining water.
- Tilt the spa slightly to direct the remaining water towards the drain valve.
Product Recommendation: Super Absorbent PVA Sponge
How to Empty Lazy Spa with a Hose?
But what if you want to know how to empty a Lazy Spa Jacuzzi with a hose? Using a hose can make the process faster and easier. Here’s how:
- Connect a submersible pump to a garden hose.
- Place the pump in the spa and turn it on.
- Direct the other end of the hose to a suitable drainage area.
Product Recommendation: KATSU Layflat Discharge Water Hose
Post-Draining Maintenance of Your Lazy Spa Jacuzzi
After draining and emptying your Lazy Spa, cleaning the hot tub thoroughly is important.
Use a spa cleaner to remove dirt or residue, and rinse it well. Check the Lay Z Spa Hot Tub for any damages and repair them as necessary.
If you’re not planning to use the spa for a while, cover it with a Hot Tub Protective Cover to keep it clean and safe.
Product Recommendations for Draining and Cleaning
To make the process of draining and emptying your Lazy Spa easier and more efficient, here are some product recommendations:
- Drainage Adapter: The Bestway Lay-Z-Spa Drainage Adapter is a handy tool that allows you to connect a garden hose directly to your spa for easy and controlled draining.
- Super Absorbent PVA Sponge: Once most of the water has been drained, a Super Absorbent PVA Sponge can be used to soak up the remaining water.
- Submersible Pump: A submersible pump like the KATSU Layflat Discharge Water Hose can be a great investment to speed up the draining process.
Post-Draining Maintenance and Storage
After draining and emptying your Lazy Spa, it’s important to perform some Lay Z Spa post-draining maintenance tasks:
- Cleaning: Use a spa cleaner to remove any dirt or residue. The Bestway Lay-Z-Spa Cleaning Kit includes a net scoop, brush, and scrubbing mitt to keep your spa sparkling clean.
- Checking for Damages: Inspect your spa for any damages or leaks. If you find any, repair them immediately to prevent further issues. Use the Lay-Z-Spa Vinyl Repair Kit for Hot Tubs, Inflatable Spas & Above Ground Pools for mends… it’s a Hot Tub Repair Kit essential!
- Storage: If you’re not planning to use your spa for a while, store it properly to protect it from damage. A Lay-Z-Spa Protective Cover can keep your spa clean and safe when not in use.
Conclusion of How to Drain/Empty Your Lazy Spa
Knowing how to drain/empty your Lazy Spa or Lay Z Spa Hot Tub is crucial for its maintenance and longevity. Following these steps and using the recommended products ensures your spa stays in top condition for years.
Do you have any tips or experiences about how to drain/empty your Lazy Spa? We’d love to hear from you!