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Much like your body's overall state of physical health, your hot tub's cleanliness has much to do with things you can't see. Uniquely, your hot tub water's appearance and the visible ...
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Hot tubs provide an excellent way to unwind and relax with family and friends in the privacy of your home and backyard. Taking care of a hot tub should be as easy as soaking in it. However, many peop...
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Did you wake up with your head pounding and stomach hurting? Many of us enjoy an occasional drink to relax. But what about if you just happened to have too many drinks the night before? As a result, ...
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Spas are meant for relaxation and you deserve it! However, when using traditional chemicals and all of the complicated upkeep that comes with water care you are often left wondering if it's actua...
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The great people at Waters Choice are giving me another opportunity to take over the blog to answer one of the most popular questions about water care. (Honestly, I’m pretty sure they’re allowing me...
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Insomnia, sleeping too much, poor quality sleep, even a change in normal sleep patters can all trigger headaches in some people. It’s hard for doctors to get a handle on what might help. According to...
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Unquestionably, we never want to lose out on your business! That’s why at Waters Choice we have a secure and easy checkout process on our online store. It’s a process where we can offer our customer...
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Falling temperatures and snow are a great indication (at least in our neck of the woods) that the winter sports season is upon us. Many families (and us too!) look forward to this time of year where w...
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Did you know that relaxing soaks in a hot tub or spa have a lengthy historical tradition? As far back as 2000 BC, wealthy Egyptians used the therapeutic qualities of hot water in baths, adding flower...
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Insomnia, sleeping too much, poor quality sleep, even a change in normal sleep patterns can all trigger headaches in some people. It’s hard for doctors to get a handle on what might help.
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