So, it’s officially winter. Its dark before you finish work, the de-icer has made an appearance most mornings and no matter how much you turn up the heating you just can not get warm! Making this the perfect time of year for a Rotospa!
Most people think that hot tubs are just for Summer, to enjoy whilst sipping a lovely cocktail, but you can have some of the best times in your RotoSpa during winter – and why not make the most of your lovely warm tub during the colder days? If your heating isn’t warming you up then your Rotospa certainly will. So, here are a few tips on enjoying your tub and preparing yourself for the winter days;
1. Make sure you have your towel, slippers and dressing gown ready for when you get out!
2. Have a warm drink beside you. We recommend a lovely hot chocolate, with whipped cream (and maybe a cheeky splash of baileys, because we all have a left over stash from Christmas right?).
3. Make the most of the darker nights. The nights are drawing in and what better way to relax than looking up at the stars whilst surrounded by warm, bubbling water. The stars look beautiful during the winter nights so sitting in you RotoSpa looking up at the sky is perfect, especially for those star-gazing fans.
4. RotoSpas can help relieve you of any typical winter ailments that come with this time of year, such as aches and pains in joints from colder weather. Our comfortable and dynamic shape helps you to relax and unwind.
5. With the world feeling a little strange right now and the children having no choose but to spend all of their time with you, which we all know is a teenagers worst nightmare, a Rotospa is the perfect way for you all to come together and spend some quality time. No phones, No playstations, just you and your family relaxing in a lovely warm spa talking about your day.
6. Keeping your spa cover on when the spa is not in use is essential to keep the heat in your RotoSpa. This means that your tub will be ready for you to climb into straight after doing the *the floor is cold tip-toe run*, (this is where your slippers come in handy). Brush off any snow or ice from your cover daily to help keep it in tip top condition.
7. Winter is the time when most users turn up the temperature of their spas and we do not blame you, its freezing out. However it is essential that you look out for any signs of dehydration such as sweating or a dry mouth when your spa is hotter than normal. Remember that children can not regulate their body temperature as well as us adults therefore it is not recommended that young children use the spa at high temperatures. Save it for some ‘you time’ on an evening.
We hope these tips have helped you out somewhat. Hot tubs aren’t just for the summer. In fact here at Sutton Spas we much prefer user our spa ins the winter when its frosty outside!
If you have any questions regarding winter use please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Stay Safe and remember that these uncertain times are just for now and not forever 💙