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Hot Tub Filters & Replacement Spa Filters

  • 3000-23

    Lower Filter – 13′ AquaSport – 3000-23

    $59.00
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  • 01561-10

    75 Sq Ft Spa Filter – 01561-10 (Fine Thread)

    $53.00
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  • 71325HS

    Freshwater Silver Ion Mineral Sanitizer – Hot Spring 71325

    $29.50
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  • 3000-19

    Left Side Filter – 13′ AquaSport – 3000-19

    $45.00
    Brand: Add to cart
  • 3000-22

    Upper Filter – 13′ AquaSport

    $53.00
    Brand: Add to cart
  • 01561-02

    D1 Spa 75 Sq Ft Filter – 01561-02

    $65.00
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  • 01510-500

    Filter Bottom – 01510-500

    $15.00
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  • 3000-13

    Left Side Filter – AFS – 2013+ – 3000-13

    $75.00
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  • 01561-01

    Spa Berry / Elemental / Ellipse Filter – No Longer Avail

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  • 01561-04

    25 Sq. Ft. Filter – 01561-04

    $39.00
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  • 01561-00-A-EZ

    Dimension One Combo 01561-00-A 75 Sq Ft Filter + 01510-501 EZ Lock Filter Screen

    $57.00
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  • 6540-419

    Filter Bleeder Assembly – Titanium – 6540-419

    $22.97
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  • 01521-12

    Rubber Plug – 5″ – 01521-12

    $17.50
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  • 01510-276

    Filter Bleeder Assembly – White – 01510-276

    $17.25
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  • 01561-14

    25 Sq. Ft. Filter – 01561-14

    $37.50
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  • 10-2950 Bullfrog® Filter Weir Assembly

    $126.00
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FAQs

How frequently should hot tub filters be replaced?

Ideally, you should replace your hot tub filter at least once a year. Spa filters are designed to remove debris from your hot tub, ensuring all waste is collected.

A dirty hot tub filter can introduce debris and bacteria to your spa, creating an unsafe environment.
If you want to make your tub last as long as possible, keeping your hot tub filter clean and using the proper hot tub chemicals is vital.

How do you clean hot tub filters?

Consistency is key when it comes to keeping your hot tub clean. To wash a hot tub filter, follow the simple instructions below:

  1. Start by removing the filter from your hot tub. 
  2. Once you’ve removed your filter, spray it with a garden hose to remove debris. You should do this about once a month. 
  3. Gently scrub your hot tub filter with a sponge and mild detergent. 
  4. After cleaning your filter, rinse it thoroughly to avoid introducing detergent to your hot tub. 

Washing your hot tub filter is essential for keeping your spa clean and sanitary. It can also help extend the life of your hot tub pump.

How do I find the right hot tub filter?

When shopping for a hot tub filter replacement, selecting the right one for your spa is important. 

When you remove the existing filter from your hot tub, look for a model number on either end of the filter. Then, search the model number online to find the correct replacement filter for your hot tub. If there aren’t any model details on your filter, you’ll need to measure its length and width to find a suitable replacement.

Can I reuse a filter for my hot tub?

You can typically reuse a hot tub filter before it needs to be replaced. Cleaning your filter monthly helps prevent dirt and debris from building up, making it last longer. However, even with routine maintenance, hot tub filters will eventually need to be replaced. As a general rule, you should replace your hot tub filter at least once a year. 

At Easy Spa Parts, you can find all the hot tub replacement parts you need to ensure your spa continues to function correctly.

Are there different types of hot tub filters?

Whether you’re shopping for a spa cover or a replacement filter for a hot tub, you have several options. This includes:

  • Cartridge filters: These filters are the most popular and use pleated paper or fabric to trap debris.
  • Ceramic filters: Ceramic filters are similar to cartridge filters, but their ceramic construction means they last longer.
  • Sand filters: These filters run your hot tub water through sand to filter out particles.
  • Diatomaceous earth filters: As an eco-friendly option, diatomaceous earth filters work similarly to cartridge filters.

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