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Is the jacuzzi tub in the hotel hygienic?

The design features of jacuzzi tubs make them easy breeding grounds for bacteria and viruses. The main hygiene risks are: spreading bacteria and viruses, breeding mold, forming biofilms, and chemical residues.

2024/07/25
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Do hot tubs cause Legionnaires' disease?

The design and use characteristics of hot tubs make them an ideal environment for the growth of Legionella. Legionella grows most vigorously in the temperature range of 25-45 degrees Celsius, and the water temperature in hot tubs is usually within this range.

2024/07/24
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Can hot tubs be placed outdoors?

First of all, from a technical point of view, hot tubs can be placed outdoors. Many hot tubs are designed with outdoor use in mind and have waterproof, windproof and weatherproof properties.

2024/07/23
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How many control modes does a Balboa hot tub have?

Balboa hot tubs have three operating modes: standard, economy, and sleep. These modes mainly affect heating, which affects energy consumption. Standard mode keeps the water temperature constant. Economy mode reduces energy consumption. Sleep mode turns the heater off completely.

2024/07/22
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Where are Balboa hot tubs made?

The core components and control systems of Balboa hot tubs are manufactured primarily in our factory in California, USA. Specifically, Balboa's California facility is responsible for the design, development and production of hot tub control systems and related electronics.

2024/07/19
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How often should I add chlorine to my hot tub?

Some people add chlorine to their hot tubs once a week, while others prefer to add a small amount after each use. It is generally recommended that you test the chlorine content in the water every day and add chlorine as needed to keep the chlorine content within the appropriate range (1-3 ppm).

2024/07/18
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Do hot tubs affect male fertility?

A study showed that exposure to high temperatures (such as hot tubs) for more than 30 minutes can lead to a significant decrease in sperm count and motility. The study found that in high temperature environments, sperm production is inhibited and sperm quality is significantly reduced.

2024/07/17
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Can a hot tub bath help eliminate cellulite?

Dr. Li, a dermatologist, pointed out: "Hot tubs can improve the appearance of the skin to a certain extent by promoting blood circulation and relaxing muscles. However, to completely eliminate cellulite, hot tubs alone are not enough."

2024/07/16
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How long does it take for a Balboa hot tub to heat up?

A standard-sized Balboa hot tub will take approximately 4 to 5 hours from the initial temperature to heat the water to a comfortable use temperature, usually between 100°F and 104°F (about 38°C to 40°C).

2024/07/15
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Can I take a hot tub during my period?

Gynecologist Dr. Liu said: "During menstruation, women's bodies are more sensitive, and taking a hot tub can help relax muscles and relieve menstrual cramps and pain. However, attention should be paid to water temperature control and hygiene issues to avoid infection risks."

2024/07/12
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Can a hot tub be called a spa?

Physiotherapy experts believe: "A hot tub can provide a certain degree of relaxation and stress relief, but it does not have the comprehensive and systematic care functions of a professional spa. The professional equipment and personalized services of a spa are irreplaceable by a home hot tub."

2024/07/11
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What is hot tub lung?

Hot tub lung is a lung disease caused by nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM), the main pathogen of which is Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC). This pathogen is commonly found in water and soil, especially in warm and humid environments such as hot tubs, spas, and showers.

2024/07/10
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