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Hot Tub



NO Pregnant women, children and those with heart disease.

Don’t get in tub if you have open sores or wounds, or cuts, or diarrhea.

SHOWER off particles, oils, cosmetics, hair gels, etc…before getting in.

Don’t swallow hot tub water or even get it into your mouth.

No pets, pee, or procreation allowed in the tub.

Limit your soak to 15 minutes at a time.

Keep your head, arms and upper chest out of the water to avoid overheating.

Stay hydrated before getting into the hot tub.

Get out if you feel dizzy, overheated, nauseous, or unwell .  

Close the lid when you are finished.

Do Not sit, lay or stand on the hot tub cover.

Be careful when getting out so you don’t slip and fall. 

No more than 5 bathers at a time.

The tub is to be used responsibly.

Prevent accidental drowning. Leave the hot tub cover on and latched and locked when the spa is unsupervised.

Prevent Hyperthermia. Understand that alcohol and other medications greatly increase the chance of hyperthermia – the opposite of hypothermia. This occurs when the internal body temperature reaches several degrees above the normal temperature of 98.6 degrees.

Glass. Don’t do it, ever. Trust us.

ASK your doctor before getting in if you take medicines or have a medical condition. 

Do not use a hot tub if you are taking any medication that makes you drowsy or affects your circulation; if necessary, check with your doctor. The elderly should also consult their doctor before using a hot tub.

No drugs or alcohol use before or during use of spa. Your judgment will be impaired and you could become unconscious and drown.

No smoking is permitted in or around the tub.

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