Monday, 21 September 2009 01:12
Although most inflatable hot tubs available in the market today are very weather resistant and can hold their own in the harshest weather conditions, care and caution are very much necessary to ensure the long life of your portable inflatable hot tub.
Having this in mind, most companies who produce inflatable hot tubs offer ease in dismantling and storing their products. By following these simple steps in storing inflatable hot tubs, not only will you maintain the beauty of your hot tub, but also its longevity.
Things to keep in mind when storing an inflatable hot tub
First things first. Make sure the storage area which you will keep your hot tub in is clean and dry. Damp and dark areas may cause your unit to become moldy. After taking your hot tub apart, you might want to wipe down the exterior part of your unit. Be sure that your unit is clean and dry before storing it away. A well-cleaned storage house or garage is an ideal place to keep your inflatable hot tub in. Basements are usually dark and exposes your hot tub to bugs and insects.
Another thing to take note is although these inflatable hot tubs are made to withstand difficult weather conditions, its not a reason to leave them out in the open for days or even months. When not in use, Use the protective cover to keep foreign objects out of the tub. If you plan on not using your hot tub for a few days, it's always better to take it apart, wipe it thoroughly, and store it in a clean and dry room.
Following these steps will ensure that you get maximum value out of your inflatable spa.