Spring has hit us early this year and as the sun shines the buying public are out in droves in hot tub showrooms around the UK, bathing costumes and excited families in tow, leaping into different hot tub models to find out which suits them best.
Before you part with your hard-earned cash don’t forget to visit our Find a Retailer area and see which hot tub companies are offering that extra bit of discount with our Print Discount Voucher feature.Ã‚Â Look for theÃ‚Â hot tub retailersÃ‚Â with this logo and click on the icon to see what extra goodies or savings are on offer.Ã‚Â These offers do change from time to time so check them out regularly, print off the current voucher and poke it under the nose of the showroom staff when you get to the checkout.
Here is an example of a voucher:
Happy hot tub shopping!
Dr JimÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Top Ten Tubbing Tips
1. Test the disinfectant & pH level daily.
2. Shower before bathing (to remove make up and deodorants, etc.).
3. Rinse bathing costume in warm water before and after bathing, try to avoid washing costume with detergents, better still, bathe in the nude!
4. Add disinfectant after bathing to replace that which has been used.
5. Ã¢â‚¬ËœShockÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ once a week with an appropriate product or after a heavy bather load (i.e. hot tub party).
6. Rinse hot tub filters weekly.
7. Chemically clean hot tub filters every 4 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 6 weeks.
8. Have a complete water balance test at least once a month which your local BISHTA (British and Irish Spa and Hot Tub Association) accreditedÃ‚Â hot tubÃ‚Â retailer ought to be able to carry out.
9. Drain & refill your hot tub regularly (determined by Total Dissolved Solids test result), when in doubt drain it out.
10. Sit back and relax!
Jim Lamb – Spa Dr.
Over the next 6 weeks we are going to be doing in-depth reviews of all the movers and shakers in the hot tub manufacturing fraternity.Ã‚Â This will include companyÃ‚Â information but also and more importantly we will be ‘road testing’ or ‘garden testing/soak testing??’ all of the best selling hot tub models available in the UK.
OurÃ‚Â independent tests will include hot tub ratings and reviews and we will post them to the blog as and when we do them so you’ll catch the very latest news here first before it hits the main site or the magazine.Ã‚Â If there are any particular hot tub makes and models that you would like us to put to the WhatSpa? test just let us know by leaving a comment on this post.Ã‚Â We won’t be trying this one on the right by the way before you ask!!
Posted on April 3, 2007 by Nick Clamp, in 1. General Information, 2. Hot Tubs & Gazebos, 3. Swim Spas & Exercise Pools, 4. Saunas & Steamrooms, 5. Hot tub chemicals & accessories, 6. Hot tub servicing & maintenance advice, 7. Water maintenance tips & advice
Our expert panel of authors and contibutors have lots of exciting content up their sleeves for Spring and Summer 2007 and we will be keeping you informed in up-to-the-minute style about the very latestÂ hot tub and home spaÂ products and accessories to hit the UK market.
If you haven’t already done so, why not request a complimentary copy of our Spring/Summer edition of WhatSpa? Magazine…the UK’s leading glossy consumer magazine dedicated to consumers who are researching the UK market for the very latest hot tubs products, information and advice.Â The Spring issue includes an exclusive interview with Fame Academy’s Carrie Grant about how she loves to relax in her own pool and spa along with a whole host of features which will make the task of choosing your hot tub an easy one.Â To request your FREE copy visitÂ our Buyers Guide pageÂ now.Â
Our blog will also include regularÂ hot tubÂ maintenance top tips and advice and if you have any queries feel free to add a comment or question to test the knowledge of our resident team of Spa Doctors.
Our blog is split up by product categories so that you can easily search blog entries on the following subjects:
- Hot tubs & gazebos
- Swim Spas & exercise pools
- Saunas & steamrooms
- Spa chemicals and accessories
- Water maintenance tips & advice
- Spa servicing & maintenance advice
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