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Hot Tub Conduct: More Tips for Good Hot Tub Etiquette

By Jason Cramp

3. Got a comment? Birthmarks, blemishes and other personal ‘flaws,’ whether dressed or undressed, are not open for discussion. And those with open lesions or sores should refrain from using the hot tub.

4. Share and share alike. Don’t allow bathers to dominate one particular seat in your hot tub. Each seat offers a diverse jet configuration that targets different areas of the body, while lounger seats let you recline and stretch out your legs, making the experience even more enjoyable. Most hot tub models only have one lounger, so it is important to let other bathers stretch out and relax, too.

This blog post is part 2 of 5 from our series: 10 Tips for Hot Tub Conduct

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