Tips & Advice

A selection of our best Tips & Advice to help you enjoy your Hot Tub.

Hot tubs are great just as they are but sometimes we just need that extra element of fun to make our experience more enjoyable. Here are a few games that you can play to break the ice between family members and friends; Hot Tub Hockey What you will need: Ping pong ball or a rubber duck that you can purchase from our shop by following our link… The Game: You have to be able to
Now how do we care for our hot tub? As most of us have a busy schedule and sometimes our hot tubs become neglected. It is one of those chores where we just simply say “Oh, I will do it later” and then later never happens… However, neglecting your hot tub can lead to problems. The point of having a hot tub is for total relaxation and escapism so we want to try and prevent
Hot tub covers are a great accessory to have. However, they do require a great deal of care. Here are some points to keep in mind when looking after your hot tub cover and keeping your hot tub experience a safe one. Warning: To Avoid Drowning Risk:- DO NOT SIT / STAND or LAY on your hot tub cover. It WILL NOT support weight. Even resting your elbows on a cover can put a small
If you have an old hot tub the chances are you may not have an Ozone Generator. However, if you have a fairly new hot tub, they may already have one built in but, if not, new hot tubs are considered ‘generator ready’ meaning it will make it very easy to install one. What is an Ozone Generator and why is it important? Ozone is a natural gas found in the atmosphere and simply consists
Chlorine / Bromine Sanitisers – Which one to choose for you and your hot tub? Find out below the pros and cons of both sanitisers and work out which one you should buy to take care of your hot tub. It is vital to understand what the difference is between each of these chemicals and how they both are used to clean and sanitise your hot tub. Long story short, Chlorine and Bromine are both
Keeping up with the maintenance on your hot tub can seem like a lot of hard work. However, with our tips and advice, we can help you make it an easier process. As long as you keep up to date with it all it won’t take up too much of your time. You need to take care of the parts in your hot tub that are responsible for cleaning the water on a regular basis.
Here at UK Hot Tubs we refer to the filter has the heart or liver of your hot tub as you need to look after it to keep the water nice. To keep your hot tub in shipshape it is recommended that you keep on top of your filter maintenance and very important that they are cleaned regularly. If filters are not kept clean, water flow will be restricted and the hot tub will automatically
To ensure you get the most out of your hot tub experience please read the following tips and advice and carry out the recommended maintenance checks found in the information below. Every time someone enters your hot tub bacteria will be introduced to the water. In a hot environment, bacteria can increase rapidly, so it is extremely important you keep your water clean and safe to use. To keep your water clean we would advise
Chlorine / Bromine Sanitisers Which one to choose for you and your hot tub?   Find out below the pros and cons of both sanitisers and work out which one you should buy to take care of your hot tub. It is vital to understand what the difference is between each of these chemicals and how they both are used to clean and sanitise your hot tub. Long story short, Chlorine and Bromine are both
How to add chemicals to your hot tub correctly;   Keep the hot tub water flowing This is the most important step – You need to keep the water running when you add the chemicals because the jets will help mix them into the water.   Keep the cover off We advise against putting the cover back on immediately after you have added the chemicals. Shock chemicals and chemicals such as chlorine need to circulate

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