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Purchased SpaCap hoping it would outlast the conventional foam cover, well guest what it didn't hold air after 11 months. I called company to honor warranty and still have not been able to get a return phone call. Not sure how I ordered as no one seems to answer the...
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I purchased a spa cap a year and a half ago, totally a mess, valves leak, got a skin infection from the minerals they recommend and state are required, so swiched to bromine. I was getting skin infections from their recommendations! To prevent skin infections you have...
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Like many I needed a new hot tub lid. I have had my experiance with the foam lids over the years, looked to see if anyone had something better. I found spa cap. It looked good, made sense and didnt cost much more than a good foam lid, so I gave it a try. Well I have...
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Spa covers of thick rigid foam gradually get waterlogged and cave in, like mine did. So when I saw an ad for an innovative design at SpaCap.com, I got interested. The Spa Cap is essentially a large air bladder enclosed in a couple of layers of heavy-duty marine vinyl,...
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Dr. Jeffrey kellogg

We are on our second Spa Cap, first one lasts 8 years. I don’t understand how these negative comments are the same product or company. When we replaced our water logged rigid...

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Stel

The covers sound so wonderful!!-So very glad to see these reports and comments. No!

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