By Sharon Brandwein
Water and a warm environment are all that is necessary for harmful bacteria to proliferate, so to keep that in check, you’ll want to clean the jets in your bathtub.
Also known as biofilm, the bacteria that grows in your bathtub jets are an icky combination of soap residue, sloughed-off skin cells, bath oils, and soaps, as well as a bit of mold and mildew. If you don’t clean bathtub jets regularly, you’ll inevitably find brown scum and mold setting up shop in your tub. Moreover, you’ll be exposing yourself to that harmful bacteria and a slew of health issues each time you sink in.
In this guide, we examine how to clean jacuzzi tub jets. All you need are a few cleaning household items that you probably have on hand and a few tubs of water. Relax—it’s not as bad as it sounds. So, if you’re ready, let’s dive in!