So what chemicals do you need to use in your inflatable hot tub? If you’re new to the world of hot tubs, this area can be confusing and maybe even a bit scary. The quick answer is you’re going to need a Sanitizer, such as Chlorine or Bromine; some Shock; some pH test strips; some Total Alkalinity; and maybe some Calcium (depending on how hard the water is in your area)…. VIEW POST
It’s a moment we dread happening. That moment you go to use your inflatable hot tub and you find the walls are soft and sagging. That moment you realise your hot tub has somehow developed an air leak. But don’t panic, because we’re going answer a question we get asked every now and then: How do you fix a puncture in an inflatable hot tub? My quick answer, if you’re in… VIEW POST
Are you looking for a stylish inflatable hot tub that is large enough for 4 adults? A top quality hot tub that doesn’t break the bank? Then you might want to check out the Saluspa Helsinki Air Jet Inflatable Hot Tub. The Helsinki’s slender but super-rigid walls makes it the largest inflatable hot tub currently on the market. And yet it takes up the same floor space as other inflatable hot… VIEW POST
In this article we are answering the question: Can an inflatable hot tub help me lose weight? The answer is: Yes, but. . . We have to tell you from the start that using your portable hot tub won’t help you lose weight on its own. It needs to be one part of an overall weight loss plan. Losing weight is tough (as we know all too well!). It takes time,… VIEW POST
Are you trying to find some great cheap blow up hot tubs? Well we are here to help. We looked at all the budget blow up hot tubs out there, and weeded out those that are just not worth the money. That left us with 5 great models. Our starting point was that each hot tub had to cost around $600 or less. Then we made sure each model had some extras… VIEW POST
In this article we’re looking at the slightly unusual topic of keeping a lower temperature inflatable hot tub. When new owners first get into the world of inflatable hot tubs, they often ask what the maximum temperature is they can heat the water up to (answer: 104F). That’s probably not surprising, given how wonderful it is to slip into the bubbling hot waters to soak and massage your stress and aches… VIEW POST
There’s good news if you – or someone you know – has Type 2 diabetes. That’s because a scientific study found that taking a soak in an inflatable hot tub can help control your diabetes. The research team, led by Dr. Philip Hooper from the McKee Medical Center in Loveland, Colorado, worked with a group of patients who have Type 2 diabetes. The participants were instructed to cut out all exercise and sit… VIEW POST
Are you looking for an inflatable hot tub with seats? Well, this guide will walk you through exactly what you should look for in an inflatable hot tub as well as reviewing the top 5 inflatable hot tubs with seats. These 5 models are the only ones we recommend you even consider. Unlike other reviews online, this review is part personal review as well as part meta-review (we research the web… VIEW POST
It’s hard not to be a party pooper here! But in this article, I want to explain why you shouldn’t really drink alcohol when you’re in your inflatable hot tub. It’s a nice idea, isn’t it? A lazy soak in your hot tub, with a cold beer that hits the spot. Or a romantic evening with a glass or two of wine. But as attractive as those images are, it’s important… VIEW POST
When you buy your inflatable hot tub, it’s ready to go straight out of the box. Apart from a few chemicals to sanitize the water and keep it clean and hygienic, you definitely don’t need to buy anything else to have a great time. What we found, though, during our first season with our very first inflatable hot tub, is that it quickly became a centrepiece of our backyard. We used… VIEW POST
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