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are hot tubs hygienic

A hot tub that's properly maintained can be a real asset. They're not only a great place to entertain guests, but they can also be really relaxing and help to relieve aches and pains. When you decide to purchase a hot tub, you need to be mindful that they come with certain responsibilities. You can't just fill them up, use them for weeks on end, and not put the time or effort into maintaining them. There are many aspects of health and safety that you need to consider to make sure that you're not putting yourself or other hot tub users at risk.

So in short, a properly maintained hot tub is perfectly hygienic and safe to use. However, a hot tub that hasn't been maintained is likely to be a health hazard. That's why it's so important that you understand what's involved in hot tub maintenance before you decide to buy one. Today we're going to explore all things hot tub hygiene, so you can continue to use your hot tub for years to come!


what causes foam in a hot tub

Getting into the hot tub should be a relaxing experience, like taking a bath and getting a massage at the same time. One of the ways in which baths and hot tubs differ is the addition of soap to create foam and bubbles. In the bath, foam can add an extra dimension of luxury,  scent, moisturisation, and fun (especially for the kids), but in a hot tub, foam indicates that the water has become dirty and needs changing. Today, we're going to look at what causes foam in a hot tub, so that you can learn how to enjoy a crystal-clear hot tub for longer.