5 Top Tips for using Your Hot Tub in Winter

Couple Walking to Artesian Tidal Fit Spa in the snow

5 Top Tips for Your Hot Tub In Winter

If your walk to the hot tub isn’t quite so convenient, you may wish to consider our top 5 tips for using your spa in winter!

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Using your hot tub in winter is a real pleasure – relaxing in the warm restorative water while enjoying the majestic snow covered landscape around you, or perhaps enjoying a luxurious soak while looking up at the stars on a crystal clear winters night.

A little advanced preparation will ensure that nothing spoils the fun!

Here are our Top 5 tips for enjoying your hot tub when the temperature drops:

Stay warm on the dash from house to hot tub (and back again!)

What?  The Dry Robe Short Sleeve Changing Towel

Why we love it:

  • Super Soft Italian Toweling
  • Anti-wind Chill design – prevents drafts
  • Light weight and fast drying – ready for your next plunge in the tub!
Dryrobe

Shifting Snow from the cover

What?  Clear snow off your hot tub using a soft bristle brush, not a shovel!

Why? A hard shovel or scraper can cause damage to the vinyl of your cover.

If you clear snow frequently, this will prevent any accumulation causing further damage to your cover.

A soft bristled snow brush

Don’t stand around in the cold lifting the cover

What?  The Cover Mate 1 Caddy Butler Lifter

Why we love it:

  • Stay warm while the lifter removes bulky hot tub covers quickly and effortlessly
  • Towelmate accessory hangs three of your dry robes close to hand where you need them most
  • Keeps your cover in good shape – and your back
Cover Mate 1 Caddy Butler Lifter

Stay on your feet on icy paths

What? We love these Crocs Sliders

Why we love them:

  • Good grip on the sole is essential as surfaces around the tub get slippery in the freezing weather
  • Stops dirt and debris tracking into your spa water from your feet
  • Quick and easy to slip on and off
Crocs Baya Slide Mens Sandal

Don’t blow your budget on heating bills!

What?  Use jets and blowers sparingly when it’s really cold outside

Why?  The air controls in your hot tub take air from inside the hot tub cabinet and push it through the jets. This added air makes for a fantastic massage, but it also lowers the temperature of the water – the air in the cabinet of the tub is quite a bit cooler than the water inside, causing your heater to work harder to maintain your set temperature.  Be sure to turn off jets when your soak is finished as the extra air can push up on the bottom of the hot tub cover, breaking the seal and allowing more heat to escape!

Artesian Spa Water Jet, underwater image

We hope some of these practical ideas will help you enjoy your hot tub even more this winter.

We would love to hear some of your top tips! 

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