Shocking Your Hot Tub

Shocking Your Hot Tub

Shocking Your Hot TubOne of the best ways to keep your hot tub clean is to shock it. Treating your spa with a shock treatment helps get rid of any contaminants built up inside, so you’ll bathe in healthier water. Click here to keep on reading helpful instructions that...
Hot Tubs & Arthritis

Hot Tubs & Arthritis

Can a hot tub help with Arthritis?With a hot tub, arthritis sufferers are able to relieve muscle tension, stiff joints, and even severe pain. Therefore, if you or a loved one suffer from joint swelling and pain of any kind – not just osteoarthritis or rheumatoid...
How Long Does It Take To Heat A Hot Tub?

How Long Does It Take To Heat A Hot Tub?

How Long Does It Take To Heat A Hot Tub? If your hot tub is in good working order, the water will warm up between 3°C and 6°C per hour until it reaches the temperature you’ve set. Therefore, in general it usually takes your hot tub between four to six hours to...
Chlorine Tablets or Granules?

Chlorine Tablets or Granules?

Which is Better? Chlorine Tablets or Granules It is very important that you use the right chemicals to keep your hot tub clean. Since chlorine is affordable, widely available, and easy to use, it is the preferred sanitiser for most users. There are two types of...
How To Use Hot Tub Test Strips

How To Use Hot Tub Test Strips

How To Use Hot Tub Test Strips Testing your hot tub water regularly and maintaining the proper chemical balance is an important part of owning a hot tub. Using a hot tub test strip is one of the fastest and easiest ways to get an instant reading of your hot tub...
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