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How to turn your hot tub down in the summer when it's hot outside
We know how important spending time in your hot tub will be during this stressful, isolating time; so we want you to know what we will be doing differently.
With all the concern regarding COVID-19, you may be wondering whether it is safe to use your hot tub. Public Heath England have said “We have checked with our national leads who confirm that coronavirus would be inactivated at the levels of chlorine used in swimming pools.” Sanitiser levels are normally kept at higher levels than swimming pools, so you can rest assured that along with the ClearRay system, the sanitiser in your hot tub will keep your water safe.
In this #HotTubHack we will show you how to refill your hot tub whilst avoiding an annoying airlock.
In this #HotTubHack you will see how to change the filters in any Jacuzzi J-400 and J-500 series hot tub, produced after 2012.
One of the joys of our job is seeing how much effort our customer put in to ensure the vista around their hot tub is tranquil and relaxing. One of our customers sent in some photographs of his new Jacuzzi hot tub this week, and we were all blown away with the finished result and I'm sure you will be too.
One of the most common questions we are asked by hot tub owners is how to get rid of foam in a hot tub. No Foam is a fabulous water treatment product, which will rid the hot tub of foam in minutes.
Here is a winter hot tub maintenance guide to make sure your hot tub withstands the British winter.
If you are fortunate enough to own your own hot tub you might have wondered about servicing. There isn't the same requirement for hot tub servicing as there is for your car. There are not any serviceable parts in your hot tub as the components are units and do not need oil etc. That being said, it can be a good idea to check over your hot tub once a year to try and detect any potential issues before they become a problem.
However much you may want to take your hot tub with you on holiday, the sad fact is, the airlines say they are too big for hand luggage. I am going away soon and believe it or not, I will be leaving my hot tub for a week at home! So how do you safely leave your hot tub for a week or two? Here is what I do.
This morning I've woken up to two scary news stories regarding hot tubs. You may have read them.