Cleaning Instructions
Cleaning Instructions for CleanSpa Pipeless Pedicure Spas.

It is important to clean and disinfect each pedicure spa after every pedicure, after the last pedicure of the day, and once a week for overnight cleaning. Proper and continuous cleaning will keep the spa in good working condition, and most importantly, kill harmful bacteria that can harbor in tiny crevices unseen by the naked eye.

It is also important to check with State or Provincial rules and regulations regarding additional cleaning and disinfecting procedures that may be required.

To clean the pedicure spa, follow these easy steps

After Each Customer and end of day:

  • Drain all water and remove all debris from the spa.  

  • Using a non-abrasive brush with soap or detergent without beach and clean clear water, remove all visible residue from the inside of the basin and all other components. Rinse the basin with clean water using the hand sprayer.

  • DISINFECT with a disinfectant containing bactericidal, fungicidal, and virucidal characteristics. The suggested procedure for the GeniJetTM Pipeless System is to spray and clean tub and GeniJetsTM using a Hydrogen Peroxide 3 to 11% solution (see below).

  • Wipe dry with clean towel.

GeniJetTM Cleaning Procedure

  • Gently turn the cover counter clock wise to remove it (this will expose the entire water chamber).

  • Use anti-bacterial soap or a solution of 3 to 11% hydrogen peroxide to wipe the inner chamber. Clean the air supply lines by gently sliding a “q-tip” (dipped in hydrogen peroxide) into the air canals.

  • Replace the cap by gently turning it clockwise until snug (no need to over-tighten).

Every Week:

  • After following the outlined required cleaning procedures for the end of each day, fill the basin with warm water and 3 tablespoons of 3% of hydrogen peroxide for each one gallon of water or one tablespoon of 11% hydrogen peroxide for each one gallon of water.

  • Circulate the solution through the system for 5 to 10 minutes.

  • Let the solution sit overnight (at least 6-10 hours).

  • The following morning (before the first customer) drain and flush the system with water.

Stains :

For stubborn stains start with a liquid detergent (without bleach), if this does not work, try a mild powder detergent (without bleach), which also works well for removing heavy soap film.  Cleaning pads made of nylon; saran or polyethylene containing no abrasives may be used.  DO NOT USE ABRASIVE SCOURING POWDERS OR METAL SCOURING PADS as they can permanently damage the finish. A mild abrasive action can be accomplished with an automotive type of rubbing compound. Should your stain removal result in a dull area; the shine can be restored with an automotive polish and wax, such as Turtle Wax.

Things to Avoid :

Sand and grit. Dropped tools. Acetone on any acrylic surface.


The GeniJetsTM should not be turned on when the system is dry, as damage may occur.  Such damage is not covered by warranty. While the jet action is in operation, do not use an excessive amount of soap, bath oils or detergent, as high action turbulence often causes foaming.

Should your unit suffer accidental damage or require servicing, a qualified repairperson must perform it. Consult your Clean Spa representative.