Don’t know much about algebra? That’s just fine. Because the only equation we’re working with today is: What do you add together for a fun summertime bash?
Let’s start with the H2O
“According to major hot tub industry studies, socially motivated buyers make up a large percentage of hot tub purchasers. People are drawn to hot water and great times, it’s a simple fact,” says a Bullfrog Spa blog.
But, you might ask, with summer sun beating down, wouldn’t a hot tub be the last place you’d turn for summer fun? Well, one way to beat the heat is to simply reduce the spa’s water temperature to anywhere between 94 and 99 degrees. Despite the relative warmth of the water, setting it close to your body temperature will still feel comfortable, and with the massage jets (like Bullfrog’s JetPaks), immediately, very relaxing.