What's the Best Hot Tub

Table of Contents
Why should I buy a Hot Tub?
The Real cost of owning a Hot Tub
Types of Hot Tubs
Hot Tub Electric concerns - 220 vs. 110
Your options: Seats
Your options: Jets
Your options: Filtration and Purification
Your options: Surround
Your options: Cover
Shopping options: Local Dealer
Shopping options: Big Box Retailers
Shopping options: Online
Where to locate your new hot tub
Going to put it on a deck?
Hot tub foundations
What type of buyer are You?
"x" Person Hot Tub
How to shop for a spa
How to insulate a hot tub
How to drain a hot tub
How to clean a hot tub
How to buy a hot tub
How to build a concrete slab
How to treat hot tub rash
How to drain a hot tub with a hose
How to drain a hot tub for winter
How to level a hot tub
How to winterize a hot tub
How much chemical
How to make it work
Pea gravel base
Foam problems?
How to raise PH in your hot tub
How to lower PH in your hot tub
Save on hot tub electric bill
How to fix heavy hot tub cover
How to clean scale off of a hot tub
How high to fill a hot tub
How to fix hot tub HFL errors
How to remove mildew from hot tubs
Best hot tub chemicals?
How to kill staph in a hot tub
Remove jets
How to use the drain plug
Clean hot tub jets
Can I fill my hot tub with soft water?
Clean your filter with Muriatic acid
How to move a hot tub
Clean your filter in the dishwasher?
How to lower alkalinity levels
Reduce hardness of your water
You can repair freeze damage
How to stop hot tub overheating
Balance your chemicals
Support your hot tub on a deck
Can bleach be used in hot tubs?
How to eliminate bacteria
Repair your cracked hot tub
How to prime a hot tub pump
Organic alternatives
Hot tub age restrictions
Mice in your hot tub?
How to make your hot tub smell good
How does a hot tub pump work?
Hot tub health risks?
How to buy a cheap hot tub
Make your own spa defoamer
How to clean spa filter with vinegar
How to sanitize with lithium
Use vitamin C to neutralize chlorine
How to care for an inflatable hot tub
History of hot tub innovations
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Hot Tub Buying Guide

How to care for an inflatable hot tub

An inflatable hot tub can provide the same hot, soothing water that a more permanent model does and often, requires less maintenance. An inflatable hot tub is just that. . inflatable. Since the tub is inflatable, it is easier to move and can be stored. Typically inflatable hot tubs are smaller than traditional tubs. Do not confuse portable with inflatable. Many tubs now are self-contained with all their contents inside the cabinet and are called portable. If it's not inserted into a deck or built inground, it is usually considered portable.

The care of an inflatable hot tub is important to maintaining a healthy environment in which to soak. Proper care will also ensure that the tub lasts longer and continues to function for its life. You will need to care for an inflatable hot tub in similar ways to a traditional tub. Follow the guidelines for care in the owner's instruction booklet. You will need to keep the water clean. Some folks forego a sanitizer just changing the water weekly to keep the water free of bacteria and other livings contaminants. Others use a sanitizer just as you would in a traditional tub. You will need to keep your pH level balanced as well.

When you do empty the tub, either weekly if not usuing sanitizer, or monthly if you do, wash the tub with soap and water and a clean cloth. Be sure to rinse the tub well before refilling with soft water. Do not use an abrasive cleanser as that can damage the tub's surface. A cloth and some dish soap are really all you need.

If you plan to store the tub, be sure to dry it out completely leaving no moisture at all before folding it up and storing it according to the manufacturer's instructions. Always store the tub out of direct sunlight and in a place that does not get too hot. Heat and sunlight can deteriorate the tub's materials quickly compromising the integrity of the product and potentially causing damage that you will need to repair or replace.

The filter for an inflatable hot tub tends to be smaller than a typical hot tub filter. You will need to keep the filter clean and in good shape. Rinse the filter weekly with a garden hose. Soak the filter in a cleanser for a few hours or overnight to loosen the debris before rinsing it to give the filter a good cleaning. Replace the filter if you notice that it becomes damaged in any way.

Keep your inflatable hot tub covered when not in use. This will help to keep debris out, but will also help keep heat and water in not allowing the water to escape. This will help in your costs but also help to keep your water balanced.

Proper care and regular maintenance are important to keeping your inflatable hot tub in good condition ready for you to use.

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