Tips and suggestions for mixing kids and Hot Tubs and Swim Spas:
— cooling off the hot tub a couple of degrees is highly advised, so their little bodies don’t get overwhelmed by the heat. Make sure they comprehend the time limits on spa time if the water has not sufficiently cooled, and keep in mind to allow time for the water to cool.
2– Reduce the power of the jets– take them down a notch or more according to their size, age and activity of the kids in your hot tub or swim spa.
When not in use to prevent unsupervised play, 3– Be sure to keep your swim spa and hot tub covered.
Every traditional rigid foam filled Swim Spa Cover will always get saturated and too heavy to lift. On a regular size spa this can be bad enough but on a swim spa it can become dangerous.
4– Keep kids hydrated with drinks and more youthful children supervised at all times. Shade Umbrellas are constantly a welcome break from the sun on hot days.
5– Have lots of water toys and video games– you do not require a lot of space to have enjoyable with toys and device in a hot tub or swim spa. The built-in stereo on a lot of designs adds atmosphere and can be utilized for kids’ games such as musical chairs.
6– Use enzyme based water treatment systems, to keep the water nice and tidy without the usage of a lot of chemicals on the skin of kids in jacuzzis. Attempt and make sure their swimwears are washed well of all laundry cleaning agent to avoid clouding up the water. Having kids prevent wearing creams in the day spas will also help the water stay clear.
7– Give first swimming lessons in a shallow and safe environment prior to upgrading to complete size swim spas. Swim Spas are an excellent location to teach kids the best ways to swim as you can remain stationary while supporting them as they swim against the existing chosen to be at an ideal speed for them.
Fun for kids of any ages in a hot tub or swim spa all year round!