How to use your portable hot tub: Tips for soft tub owners

Soft tubs are a great purchase for anyone who wants a hot tub that is portable. Relaxing in a hot tub after working is the perfect way to unwind after a long day. Soft tubs are hot tubs that you can easily move around because they can deflate. This kind of hot tub is also a great option for people who want a cheaper kind of hot tub. Aside from price, soft tubs are a good option for people who want a hot tub but due to location constraints. Soft tub is a perfect solution for those who want a hot tub relaxation experience but do not have a permanent place to put their hot tub.


Soft tubs are also easier to install and simple to move around when compared to other kinds of more permanent hot tubs. However, to fully enjoy using your soft tub, you have to remember some safety tips when you are using it. Just like when you use a hot tub, there are a few things you have to remember to know how to use a soft tub properly.




  1. Watch the heat

Soft tubs can get pretty hot, so you had better watch the temperature. Even if the water is not boiling, a soft tub that is too hot can still be bad for your health. You will want a water temperature in your soft tub that is around 100 degrees Fahrenheit. You should also take care and not stay too long in those kinds of high temperatures. If a soft tub is too hot, it can be bad for your health, especially to those that have any existing heart conditions.

  1. Clean the liner regularly

A hot tub, even soft tubs, should be cleaned regularly. Make sure that the liner of the soft tub is cleaned out regularly after every use. The warm temperatures of the hot tub can be a fertile breeding ground for germs. And you do not want to be sitting in a dirty hot tub either.

  1. Stay hydrated

Just because you are sitting in a soft tub full of water does not mean that you will not get dehydrated. You will still sweat when you are using a soft tub, so be sure to drink plenty of water when you are going to use on.

  1. Do not slip when you are getting out of the tub

A soft tub can be especially risky to get out of because of the soft sides of this kind of hot tub. You should take special care not to slip when you are getting out; this is because the soft sides of this tub can get slick with moisture.

  1. If outdoors be in the shade

The outdoors is a great place to enjoy your soft tub, but you should be careful not to stay in direct sunlight. Try to place you soft tub underneath some shade, and do not forget to slather on some sunscreen and protection to avoid skin cancer.


Now that you know all of these safety tips, you can now better enjoy what your soft tub has to offer. Chill, relax and stay nice and warm as you relax in your soft tub!

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