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Hot Tub Safety 101: Chemical Storage, Spa Covers, Rails and Steps

Over few weeks we will be running a blog mini-series, Hot Tub Safety 101. Each post we will be covering a different aspect of making sure you are not only enjoying your spa to its fullest potential but being as safe as possible while doing it. In this segment we will be discussing keeping the area around your spa safe for all who are near it.  This includes ways to make sure you are storing your spa chemicals properly, the […]

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Hot Tub Safety 101: Sanitizer, Water Chemistry, Chemicals, and Water Testing

Over the next few posts we will be running a blog mini-series, Hot Tub Safety 101. Each time we will be covering a different aspect of making sure you are not only enjoying your spa to its fullest potential but being as safe as possible while doing it. Today we will be talking all about your water!  When it comes to your spa, the hot water is what makes it so relaxing and enjoyable, unfortunately if not cared for properly […]

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My Hot Tub Water Smells like Mold…HELP!

The first thing that comes to mind is “ewww!” No one wants to get in a body of water that smells like mold.  Hot tub mold  is not exactly the most inviting, come and relax scent, but unfortunately it can be a common problem for hot tub owners. The first thing to do when you are getting a bad hot tub mold smell from your  water is check your chemicals. Moist, warm, humid places like a hot tub can be […]

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Answers to a Few Commonly Asked Questions about Hot Tubs/ Spas

What is the difference between a hot tub and a spa? These two terms are commonly used interchangeably, so what is the real difference? In the 1960’s wooden, barrel shaped tubs of hot water became popular and were referred to as “hot tubs.” These small units, usually held only 1 or 2 bathers and did not have any of the fancy features used today.Hot Tubs have since evolved to containing pumps, jets, filters, and chemically treated water. Later on when […]

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5 Tips for Hosting a Holiday Hot Tub Party

The holidays are once again upon us, with that of course comes parties! As a hot tub owner, you have the perfect place to host a great party, who doesn’t love a relaxing dip in the spa on a cold night, with snow lightly falling, surrounded by family and friends. Here are some tips to ensure you are prepared for the perfect hot tub party this holiday season. 1. Chemical Balance Make sure all your spa chemicals are in balance […]

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What is a Shock Treatment?

The main purpose of a shock treatment is to break down organic waste contaminants that cause odor and cloudy water. Shocking also converts irritating chloramines back to active chlorine and if a bromine sanitizer is used a shock treatment activates the bromide ion and it becomes hypobromous acid in water, a good sanitizer. Regardless of what type of sanitizer you use in your spa, we recommend shock treating at least once a week to maintain the cleanest clearest water possible. […]

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Cloudy Hot Tub Water

As a spa owner it is nearly inevitable that at some point you will encounter cloudy water. Whenever your water appears milky, murky, gray, hazy or dull this would be considered cloudy water. There is not one thing in particular that can be blamed for cloudy water but commonly it is caused by things such as unbalanced chemicals, poor filtration, or particles too small to be captured by the filter. If you are experiencing cloudy water the first course of […]

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Salt Chlorine Generators for Hot Tubs

Salt chlorine generators have long been a popular sanitation option for swimming pool owners, as they have been proven to be a safe, convenient, and inexpensive way to sanitize water. These benefits are now available for hot tub owners also. Salt chlorine generators work as water flows through their “cell” the salt in the water is turned into Hypochlorous acid in a process known as electrolysis. Hypochlorous acid is the same thing that is produced when any chlorine is introduced […]

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What is Chlorine?

Chlorine is a member of the same chemical family as bromine. This chemical family known as halogens attacks microorganisms such as bacteria using oxidation and kills them. This is why chlorine and bromine are the two most popular choices for sanitizer in pools and spas. Chlorine is the most commonly used primary sanitizer in swimming pools. Chlorine tends to be less effective than bromine at high temperatures like those in a hot tub when in tablet form and that is […]

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Getting the Most From Your Water Test Kits

Test kits are a handy companion when it comes to maintaining clean and healthy water for your hot tub enjoyment. Hot Tub Warehouse offers three types of water testing kits; reagent, test strip, and test tabs. Knowing which one to use depends on the amount of time, energy, and money you would like to invest in your hot tub. Most water testing kits come with a comparator which is a color chart that you, the water tester, can compare color […]

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