What To Do with Hot Tub in Summer

A hot tub is a great way to relax and unwind in a colder climate, but what can you do with a hot tub in summer? Well, there are many things that a hot tub is good for, and if you don’t want to use the hot tub, you can always store it properly to use it in the next season. In summer, a hot tub is a great way to cool off and refresh yourself.

If you want to throw a party, you can also do that in your hot tub. And most of all, it is a great way to spend some quality time with a special someone. In this article, we will take a look at some of the summer activities that are ideal for a hot tub and also how you can store your hot tub properly for the next season.

  1. Throw a Hot Tub Party – Hot tubs are a great place for friends to gather and enjoy each other’s company. You can simply switch off the heater function and use the bubbles in the hot tub to create the perfect party atmosphere. Sitting in the tub is the perfect way to enjoy an evening with friends.
  2. Relax after a Long Day – If you’ve had a long and tiring day at the office, there is nothing better than relaxing in the soothing water of your tub. Keep the jets on so that the water is at a cool temperature and simply sitting in the hot tub will help you get rid of the aches and pain in your body and it will also refresh your mind.
  3. Rejuvenate after Hectic Activity – Summer can get hectic, and there are often activities involved that can leave you drained by the time evening comes over. A hot tub can offer a time for relaxation and rejuvenation with the cool water and the bubble jets that create a soothing effect on the skin and also offer deep tissue massage.

How to Store The Hot Tub Properly for Summer

If you are not planning to use your hot tub in the summer season, make sure you store it properly so that you can use it when winter comes around. Here are some tips you can follow to store the hot tub in the ideal manner.

  1. Dry the hot tub – Take out all the water from the hot tub and make sure there is no water remaining in the pipes or valves of the hot tub. Let the hot tub dry out in the open air for some time before you move on to the next step.
  2. Unplug the Connections – Unplug the hot tub’s connections from the electricity, water, and the pump.
  3. Deflate the Hot tub – If you are using an inflatable hot tub, deflate it and check if any areas still have water left. If there is water, use a towel to soak up the water.
  4. Fold the Hot Tub – Fold the hot tub as per the directions in the manual. Most hot tubs have different designs, and you will need to fold them accordingly so that they take up the least space possible.
  5. Store – Keep the hot tub in a place that has no moisture as it can damage the material of the hot tub in the long run. Make sure the hot tub is stored in a clean, dry and shaded location. If your hot tub is fixed in place, make sure you cover it so that dust and moisture cannot get in.

These are just some of the things you can do with a hot tub in summer. Do you have any other ideas or suggestions for the kind of things you want to use your hot tub for in summer season? Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.

Richard
 

Hi, I'm Richard the Chief Editor at HotTubDigest.com. I worked in Hot tub maintenance filed for a few years, and I thought to share my knowledge about Hot tub on our blog. My team and I share useful information related to Hot Tubs.

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