February 2020 Part 4
Well, it does.
Obviously you must have enough room to place your hot-tub.
Learn to Love Your Hot-Tub part three points out you need some extra room.
Your tub will need enough room for you too.
Starting with the foot-well.
Your tub may have five seats, but will the foot-well hold ten feets?
When seated in the tub are your knees up or down?
Same for the lounger, knees out?
These kind of things matter.
When you sit in the lowest seat does the water cover your shoulders?
In this seat can you extend your legs to rest on the opposite seat?
If you are in the deepest seat and your nips are out of the water you have the wrong tub.
*I looked for photo examples, found them, they were just too embarrassing to show you.
Same applies to the lounger.
If you are reclined and only partially covered in hot water you won’t like it.
You should take a couple of points away here.
Some five seat tubs are comfortably suitable for two or three people.
You should take your shoes off at the hot-tub store climb in and try them out. Take the people you plan to soak with, with you.
Not the ones with water in them.
The hot-tubs, all people have water in them.
Routinely satisfy your hot tub’s needs and you will be rewarded. ♥
This is the fourth part of our month long series on hot tub care.