Hot Tub Signs - Precaution Is Better Than Cure!  

by Pool Builders on 02-26-2012 in Articles

Everybody loves a relaxed hot bath tub. And one of the best ways to relax and rejuvenate after a long and tiring day at work is by spending some time in a tub. You can just sit back in a tub filled with bubbles, bath sand and hot water and forget about everything else in the world. However, when you are using a common tub, used by a large number of people at a public or private facility, it is not always safe. This is because everyone who uses the tub might not be very hygienic. Hygiene is very important, when you are using something which is shared by a lot of people. This is the reason why tub signs are so important. Hot tub signs are display boards made of rust-free aluminum and heavy duty vinyl. They show the necessary rules that should be followed by anyone who uses the tub. These signs feature bold texts in a number of colors to make them look attractive. More than a privilege for some people, owning a tub is a necessity for both homeowners and spa owners as well. Although these tubs are an ideal place for relaxation especially after a long day at work, there are numerous responsibilities that are associated with it. The use of bath tubs is governed by state and city laws which should be complied with. Amongst the various spa signs, tub signs are the most crucial because the spa is actually responsible for the health and safety of individuals using the tub.
It is important to have spa signs because:
1. They help you to be safe and clean in the spa or the hot bath tub.
2. They make a difference in the spa area.
3. They summarize the necessary details like the maximum number of people who can enter the tub and display other such important information.
These hot tub signs are similar to the pool signs in a number of ways. They are displayed for the safety and security of the people. Some of the safety rules these signs display are:
€ It is compulsory to shower with soap before entering the tub or spa.
€ Enter and Exit the hot tub slowly. Do not jump in and out.
€ No diving.
€ Bringing of glass in or near the hot bath tub is not allowed.
€ Eatables and Drinkables are not allowed in the hot tub.
€ Elderly people and pregnant women should consult the doctor before entering the hot tub.
€ Children must be supervised by an adult.
€ If the temperature reads more than 104 degrees F, then do not enter the tub.
€ Do not use soaps or oil in the tub.
Thus, there are certain rules that should be followed by everyone in the hot tub or the spa for the well being of themselves as well as others. The best way to convey these rules is by using such hot tub signs!

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