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  Is the vinyl on your cover – dry, brittle, torn or cracked? Check it!  These will affect the energy savings in heat retention and will impact the cleanliness of your spa water. Is the hinge (the cover fold) torn? This can provide an escape of heat!  Even if the hinge area is area only […]

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It’s the holiday season and one of my favorite stops along my many routes is in Ronald, Washington.  If you’ve been you know what I’m talking about, The Old #3 over the mountains in Ronald!  This time of year in the snow, it’s a wonderful destination! I have a monthly route that takes The Spa […]

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Why is having a clean spa filter important? There are two main reasons we tell our customers; 1. A dirty filter restricts the water flow putting un-needed stress on your spa equipment. 2. Spa filtration is a key element in keeping your spa water clean and aids in keeping the water balanced. No matter how […]

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There is a wide range of spa chemicals on the market today with varying degrees of concentrations and pricing. Spa professionals, like us here at The Spa Doctor, always suggest to our customers that they speak with a knowledgeable spa professional about what type of chemicals to use and how to apply spa chemicals in […]

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Thank you to our valued customers for your many years of support, suggestions, and lasting friendships.  Over the years many of you have asked great questions about your spas that I felt would be good to share in general with anyone who owns a hot tub or spa.  So, with that I have taken plunge […]

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As you can see, we’ve done some work to spadoctor.com.  We’ve changed the look and added a new blog feature. Through the blog, we hope to provide our customers with helpful tips and announce product specials.

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Spa Safety

Accidents can happen in and around your spa. For the most fun and good times, keep these safety tips in mind.

  • Always check spa water temperature before getting in. Temperature should never exceed 104 degrees.
  • Limit time in the spa to no more than 15 minutes before showering and cooling down.
  • Avoid strenuous activity immediately after using the spa.
  • Heat can be dangerous for pregnant women and people with heart disease, high blood pressure or diabetes. Check with your doctor first.
  • Do not use the spa if you have been drinking alcohol or taking prescription medicines. Consult your doctor first.
  • Don’t use the spa if you have open wounds or sores.
  • Don’t use radios, hair dryers or other electrical appliances near the spa.
  • Reduce the risk of accident with hand rails and non-slip surfaces.
  • Keep areas around the spa clean and uncluttered