Lay Z Spas are fantastic inflatable, portable spas. They look great, have lots of wonderful functionality, and can be both very relaxing and a lot of fun! However, no one wants to climb into a spa with green water, or water improperly controlled. We have put together this article to cover proper Lay Z Spa water treatment, and to touch on the primary chemicals you’ll need to keep the water in your Lay Z Spa crystal clear and looking like it came straight from the South Pacific!
Are you ready to sink into warm, bubbly bliss? The soothing bubbles, hot water, and massaging jets of an Intex blow up hot tub can work wonders for aching muscles, and bring on wonderful relaxation. These high quality portable, inflatable spas work well, and are so much more inexpensive than traditional fixed hot tubs! The Intex Blow Up Hot Tub line is the most complete, and highest quality set of inflatable hot tubs available on the market today. With five different types of hot tub to choose from, with different price points and feature sets, Intex offers something for everybody!
To keep the water on your Intex PureSpa looking its best, you will need to periodically purchase replacement Intex Pure Spa Filters. There’s nothing worse than getting ready to climb into the hot tub for a relaxing session in the bubbles, only to find that the filters are clogged and the water feels disgusting.
The Intex Pure Spa line of hot tubs are all outstanding portable inflatable spas. These units work well, excel at keeping the water nice and toasty, and bring on the relaxation. However, the water needs to be maintained properly in order to keep everything comfortable and not gross! Here are the Intex Pure Spa Chemicals you’ll need to keep your water, and the people in your Intex PureSpa, looking and feeling great.
The moment you step into an Intex PureSpa Jet Massage Delux Inflatable Hot Tub, you step into bliss. These outstanding portable hot tubs have all of the features commonly found on high end fixed hot tubs, are priced at an amazing point, and offer the extra feature of portability! You can luxuriate in the hot water and feel the massage jets releasing tension, relaxing your sore muscles, and rejuvenating you after just a few minutes. What more can you ask?
In this article, we will look closely at all of the great features of the PureSpa, and give an idea what it is like to be in one of these units.
Is your Lay Z Spa inflatable hot tub continuing to bubble, even when the pump is off? Argh, you have a leak. Fortunately, Lay Z Spa hot tubs are fairly easy to repair. Your best bet is to repair the leak as soon as possible using a Lay Z Spa Puncture Repair kit, so that you can ensure that any leaks in your spa don’t get progressively worse and harder to repair.
Your first step will be to determine the exact location of the leak. If the leak is under the water, you may need to empty the tub, but you probably won’t. If the leak is on the outside, or on the top of the spa, you’ll need to use some other repair methods.
Lay Z Spa Puncture Repair kits come in a few different designs, and we will go over when and how to use them in this article. We will also explain the steps to determine the location of the leak, and to how to make a long lasting repair.
Hot tubs are at their most compelling in the winter time, but most of the the new inflatable hot tubs are not designed to be used in winter! We have put together this guide to help make your inflatable spa use stretch to as much of the year as possible, and will show you how to use an inflatable hot tub in winter cold. Additionally, this hack will let you heat your spa much more quickly, and more cheaply, than before!
After much research and examination, we have determined that the top choice of the best spa cover lifts on the market is the Cover Valet NP509 Spa Cover Lift and Caddy. The NP509 is a very simple, effective way to get your spa cover up and out of the way. The gas-loaded hinges make lifting the cover a breeze, and the adjustable caddy will get the cover over on the side of the tub, positioned at a height of your choosing.
The Cover Valet NP509 will fit virtually all sizes and shapes of hot tubs, and requires no permanent installation (you don’t need to screw anything into your hot tub!). The hot tub cover lifter is backed by a 5 year limited warranty, which is another huge plus. This is the best spa cover lifter out there. Read More
Spas can be both blissfully relaxing spaces, and energetic party spaces as well, and hot tub parties can go from bumpin’ good times to pleasant relaxation. Here are some hot tub party ideas and hot tub party pictures for ideas to make your event shine. Read More
There are several excellent hot tubs that can be purchased for under $500. After an extensive look at the market for inexpensive inflatable spas, we have determined that the best cheap hot tubs under $500 are the Intex PureSpa 77″ Inflatable Hot Tub line. These spas hit the right price point given their feature list, and work very well.
The Intex PureSpa 77″ tub can fit up to 4 people (really 2 comfortably, and 4 if everyone squeezes in), and will heat the water up to 104′ for comfort. The included pump will get the bubble jets moving, send relaxing bubbles around the tub, enhancing the experience. An additional plus to this hot tub is the 1 year warranty offered by Intex. We really like this tub, and it is a runner up for our Best Inflatable Hot Tub list as well. Read More