Is the UK Summer a little bit too warm for you this year?! Find out how you can use your Inflatable Hot Tub to Cool Down in the Summer with our latest CleverSpa Top Tips Blog!
TURN YOUR HOT TUB HEATER OFF
If you want a cool pool effect from your Inflatable Hot Tub, simply turn the heater off and you can chill out in cool and soothing bubbles! Simply carry out your Spa Chemical and Hot Tub Filter Maintenance as usual. If you’re preparing to get your Hot Tub out in the heat, fill your CleverSpa with cool water to speed up the process.
KEEP YOURSELF AND YOUR HOT TUB SAFE IN THE SUN
As with anything, prolonged exposure to extreme heat will cause damage to your hot tub liner. If an Inflatable Hot Tub is left in direct sunlight the air inside will expand and cause seam failure. We always recommend that you place your tub in the shade, either under a Parasol, Gazebo, UV Canopy or Camping Shelter. Not only will you protect yourself from sunstroke you’ll prolong the life of your hot tub.
Soaring temperatures can cause severe dehydration and heatstroke, so it’s vital you stay hydrated. Make sure you always have plenty of drinking water to hand, there’s a wide range of CleverSpa accessories, including drink holders and tumblers, so your drink will always be within reach, so you can lie back and enjoy your relaxing bubbles. Discover the whole range here.
SAVE WATER AND ENERGY
It’s also worth considering removing any sun cream before you take the plunge, as the formulas used can have an adverse effect on your filter, requiring you to change them more frequently.
The key to keeping your hot tub water in tip top condition is maintaining the ph levels.
The more you use your tub, the more care you need to take. Regularly change your filter and make sure you test your water each day and top up the chemicals to keep your water clean and hygienic. CleverSpa have a comprehensive range of chemicals, with everything you need, whatever the weather, from descaling solution to test strips, available here.
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