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Hot Tub Ozone

Ozone is a word people are typically familiar with, but mostly as it refers to our atmosphere; it probably isn’t something you immediately associate with hot tub usage. Those of you “in the know” may realize that hot tub ozone is a form of sanitizer that can be utilized in your spa at home. BASICS OF OZONE, OZONATORS, & OXIDATION Ozone is a form of oxygen that is created when electrical energy breaks apart an ordinary oxygen molecule. This creates […]

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How to Handle Hot Tub Scum

Nothing stops you from enjoying your hot tub faster than hot tub scum. Whether the gunk is coming through your lines, gathering to form a ring along the acrylic, or just seen floating on the surface of the water, hot tub scum is an unpleasant buildup problem that typically signals that your sanitation can’t keep up with what’s being introduced to the water. Whether you’re preventing it from becoming a problem in your water or trying to eradicate it, we […]

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All About Hot Tub Rash

Ever been on vacation or visiting a friend’s house and developed some unpleasant side effects after getting in and out of the hot tub? Ever gotten that obnoxious rash of red bumps under your swimming suit after leaving your swim suit on too long? Unfortunately, there’s a chance you may have contracted hot tub rash, otherwise known as hot tub folliculitis. About Hot Tub Rash Hot tub folliculitis is caused by bacteria known as pseudomonas that make red bumps at […]

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Hot Tub Foaming

Hot tub foaming can seem like an innocuous problem, but can be quite obnoxious if not handled quickly. It could rapidly get out of hand and create a bubbly mess that is less fun than it is gross and disconcerting. Let the experts at Hot Tub Warehouse help you to figure out why you have hot tub foaming and learn how to prevent and treat it. Hot tub foaming occurs when the hot tub water reacts to soaps, detergents, and […]

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Refinish a Wood Hot Tub Cabinet

Some of the most beautiful (and costly) hot tubs are made with a real cedar surround. The wood is beautiful and its oils naturally resist insects and moisture. However, constaexposure to the sun can dry it out and cause the wood to lose some color and natural ability to resist rotting. For that reason, most modern hot tub cabinets are made with a plastic composite or synthetic wood because it is virtually maintenance free. If you do have a cedar surrounded […]

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Hot Tub Bromine

If you’re new to the world of hot tubs, you may be confused by all the different types of sanitizer. If you’re a swimming pool owner, odds are you’re most familiar with chlorine. While chlorine can work in hot tubs, it’s less stable in the high temperatures and can be trickier to keep balanced than some other options. For spa sanitation, bromine is an excellent choice. In this post, we’ll try to help take the guess work out of hot […]

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Hot Tub Chlorine

  When it comes to swimming pools, chlorine is the sanitizer of choice for most owners. It is relatively inexpensive and when maintained at proper levels, keeps your water crystal clear. When deciding how to sanitize your hot tub, some new owners may assume that chlorine is the default choice. Before you make the leap, here is some good information about hot tub chlorine. About Chlorine Chlorine is a member of the same chemical family as bromine—another common hot tub […]

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8 Ways to Make Your Hot Tub Safe For Kids

Hot tubs are a great addition to any backyard or patio. They’re relaxing, low maintenance, and a way to get that extra quality time with your husband or wife. Some potential buyers may have concerns if they have small children in the home, worrying about how safe it is to have a potential hazard just outside their back door. Have no fear! Here are eight tips ways to make your hot tub safe for kids. 1)      Invest in a Cover […]

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What is a Hot Tub Motor?

There are two important parts that make up a hot tub pump; the hot tub motor or spa motor and the wet end. The wet end as its name implies is the part that actually holds the water. The hot tub motor is the mechanical portion of a hot tub pump. The hot tub motor will control how much power is generated and how fast the impeller can move water through the wet end. The main things to look for […]

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Effects of High/Low Hot Tub pH

Are you experiencing scale build up, cloudy water, or having trouble keeping your sanitizer levels where they should be? How about itchy dry skin or burning eyes after using your hot tub? All of these and other issues could be caused by pH outside of the recommended range. It is important to keep your pH levels between 7.2 and 7.8 on the logarithmic pH scale which ranges from 0.0 to 14.0. Having pH levels that are higher than 7.8 or […]

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