In order to keep your Prima running for years to come there are some maintenance steps that will
need to be performed at regular intervals.
The Filtration System
The Prima Bathing System features an easy clean double filtration system. There are two
filters on the system, one located internally inside the tank, and the second filter is located externally
on top of the tank and behind the lid. The second filter has a clear cap that allows you to see
when the filter is getting clogged. The filters should be checked and cleaned on a regular basis. It
is recommended to check and clean both of the filters each time you fill the tank with water. To clean
the filters, follow the following steps.
1. Remove lid and pull the internal filter out
through the top.
2. Wipe the surface of the filter to remove hair and dirt. Replace the filter through the top of the
3. Clean the external filter located behind the lid.
Turn the filter till the clear
cap is facing up.
4. Unscrew the clear cap
and remove the filter screen.
5. Run the filter under a faucet to remove the hair and dirt. Return the filter to its
filter seat and screw on the clear cap. Turn the external filter back to its
1. Keeping your lid on your Prima Bathing System will help keep dirt and hair out of the filters.
2. Clean the filters everytime you change the water in the system.
3. To protect your Prima Bathing System avoid placing it directly on the floor. The disinfectants used in cleaning are extremely corrosive and may damage and corrode your Prima Bathing System. To avoid excess damage, place your system on a counter, 2 x 4’s, milk crates or a cooler.
1. Occasionally rinse the main tank our with clean water to clear shampoo buildup and hair. With the tank empty, place it in a tub or convenient rinsing tank. Remove the drain plug from the bottom side of the tank. Spray clean water inside the tank and let it drain out, rinsing away any hair and dirt.
2. At the end of the day, shut the power switch off and relieve the pressure on the system by depressing the trigger on the gun.