Keeping Pets Safe Around Hot Tubs

From offering convenient relief from the day’s stresses to creating a fun-filled atmosphere, hot tubs are a fantastic addition to any backyard. As a hot tub owner, it’s your responsibility to guarantee all guests – even furry friends – are safe. Follow these tips to ensure your hot tub remains a safe and fun environment for all.

Cover When Not in Use

A no-nonsense method of guarding access to your hot tub, hot tub covers are a wise investment. Between guarding your hot tub against pests and preventing pets from taking a leisurely dip, hot tub covers serve as the first and most prominent layer of protection. When unoccupied, cover the hot tub with this protective layer to enhance cleanliness and peace of mind. Just a side note, The Custom Made Hot Tub Covers from are very pet friendly. No pet has ever been injured or trapped by a SpaCap spa cover.

Build a Fence

Endlessly curious, dogs enjoy a good romp in the backyard and may be tempted to take a quick dip in your spa. Though hot tub covers deter entry, they don’t always completely prevent it, leaving dogs are at risk of entering hot tubs unattended. Fencing off your spa area may be the best way to guard access to the hot tub and preserve the safety of pets. Although it doesn’t happen often, puppies have been known to chew on things from time to time. restricting their spa access is not just a good idea for their safety but it may also save on costly repairs.

Make Spa Adventures Brief

Spas don’t have to be a pet-free zone, but owners do need to be aware of the dangers of prolonged hot tub exposure for pets. First, a pet’s internal temperature can rise much quicker than a human’s simply because their bodies are smaller. Taking a long dip in the hot tub with your pet may lead to overheating, which can be life-threatening if not corrected. If you really want to have your pet join you in the spa, consider lowering the water temperature to the lowest setting for their safety.

Protect Your Investment

Though spending time with pets is enjoyable, allowing pets to linger in a hot tub is detrimental to their health and your wallet. Between fur, nails, and debris lodged in a pet’s coat, filters can become clogged and surfaces are easily scratched. Limiting the amount of time spent in the hot tub will help prevent costly damage to your spa and prolong your pets life.

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Surround Sounds for Hot Tubs

Soaking in a hot tubs is one of the most relaxing ways to spend time. From soothing aching muscles and joints to melting away the day’s many stresses, soaking in a spa is enhanced by music. Adding surround sound to your spa offers multiple benefits, both immediate and long-term.

Surrounding Yourself with Sound

Listening to music is more than an auditory experience, as both body and mind are engaged when soothing sounds are presented. In a 2007 study, the relationship between listening to music and overall health was explored. According to researchers, music:

  • Decreases depression. Individuals diagnosed with depression report a reduction in feelings of sadness, increase in level of motivation, and an improved outlook on life.
  • Reduces pain. From chronic pain to postoperative discomfort, listening to music helps alleviate physical pain.
  • Enhances quality of life. For some, exposure to music can reduce anxiety, improve coordination, or promote healthy communication, all of which enhance quality of life.
  • Improves overall mood. Whether you’re feeling blue, irritated, or angry, listening to music can lift your spirits.

The many benefits of listening to music have led spa owners to create an immersive experience by adding surround sound to their spa area.

Hot Tubs & Tunes

When it comes to adding surround sound to your spa, many options are available. Among spa owners, these options are preferred:

  • Portable docking station. Perfect for spa owners who want variation, portable docking stations can be connected to outdoor speakers to create a relaxing oasis of surround sound. Between ease of use and accessibility, a docking station provides decades of music at your fingertips.
  • Complete sound and entertainment installation. A less portable (but more effective) listening experience is created when a complete surround sound and entertainment system is installed. Available in waterproof and weather resistant varieties, outdoor surround sound systems help create a relaxing ambiance.

Prior to your next spa adventure, consider installing surround sound for your hot tub. To learn more about enhancing your spa experience, contact SpaCap today. At we build the Next Generation in Insulating Hot Tub Covers. We have built hot tub covers for hot tubs with built in speakers. Don’t let a heavy or broken spa cover keep you from enjoying your hot tub.

Avoid Dry Skin from Hot Tubs

It’s no secret hot tubs provide a host of health benefits, ranging from soothing muscles and joints to relieving stress. However, some spa goers report concerns with dry skin after frequent hot tub visits. An easily preventable and treatable concern, dry skin can be corrected by implementing a few changes.

Prevent and Correct Dry Skin: 5 Helpful Tips

Though irritating, dry skin is generally not a serious condition and can be preventing by doing the following:

  • Change clothes after use. Though it seems harmless, lounging around in your bathing suit or swim trunks can promote the development of dry skin patches. After spending time in hot tubs, it’s best to change clothes and shower quickly as this helps prevent skin irritation due to chemicals.
  • Take shorter dips. Extended periods in hot tubs may be relaxing, but prolonged exposure to spa waters can promote skin irritation. Instead, limit dips in the spa to 10-15 minute intervals, making sure to rinse and change clothes in between uses.
  • Monitor the hot tub temperature. A hot tub’s temperature is the primary factor in its ability to boost relaxation and comfort. Unfortunately, a temperature of above 104 degrees Fahrenheit can be detrimental to the skin, as the skin’s natural moisture is lost at higher temperatures.
  • Maintain appropriate pH. If the pH is in excess of 7.8 can pose additional risk to those using a hot tub. Incidentally it can also damage spa parts and hot tub covers. So not maintaining the proper pH will also irritate your pocket book as well. As pH rises, the likelihood of skin irritation increases. Some hot tub owners have reported experiencing dry, flaky skin or rashes if the appropriate pH is not maintained. If unsure of your spa’s pH, contact a professional for further direction.
  • Switch to something besides chlorine or bromine to treat your spa water. There are options available to keep your water clear without harsh chemicals. At, we have been recommending PristineBlue water treatment for years. It is not only safer for your skin and hair it will be safer for the environment too.
  • Use moisturizer after showering. When applied to chlorine-free, clean skin, lotion helps restore the skin’s natural moisture and aid in damage repair.

Hot Tubs provide unmatched relaxation in the comfort, but can cause dry skin or rashes if not properly maintained and used. Prevent irritated skin by following these simple tips.

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Why Hot Tubs Aren’t Bathtubs

Spa, Jacuzzi, hot tub, whirlpool – there are many names for a luxurious tub of hot water large enough for many people to enjoy at once. Often, these words are used interchangeably, and the meaning is not lost.

Each name is for a different product, however. History plays a large part in the proper definition of each hot water container, and a brief explanation of each is listed here:

• Hot tub. The concept of the hot tub is antique, dating back to the times of the ancient Greeks, and before them, the ancient Egyptians, who created steam rooms and heated baths by building fires beneath the floor or by heating rocks and putting them in the water. The hot tub as we know it today is often credited to Phraortes, a Median king during 600 BC, who had built a granite tub in which water was heated for soaking. Now “hot tub” can correctly be used to describe any contained body of heated water used for soaking, but it most commonly refers to simple wooden tubs, which lack the seating and jets of plastic spas.

• Spa. The term “spa” is derived from the Belgian town of Spa, known throughout the ancient world for its healing mineral baths. The town became so strongly associated with relaxing and health inducing baths that modern spas share the same name. Modern spas are typically made of fiberglass or acrylic and offer seating and jets, as well.

• Jacuzzi. The Jacuzzi is a brand of spa or hot tub that has become so popular the brand name is commonly used to describe the invention itself. Created by the Jacuzzi brothers in 1968, this was the first whirlpool spa, and now many types of whirlpool spas and hot tubs, despite their brand, are incorrectly referred to as Jacuzzis.

Enjoying a dip in the hot tub
Hot Tubs just make life better.

Despite their technical differences, many people will continue to use these words interchangeably, but the history behind them will always show the distinction.

No matter how you choose to label it no hot tub, spa or Jacuzzi is complete without a good cover. At we make Hot Tub Covers for almost every spa imaginable. Before you replace your cover with another one that will end up the same way, check out Let’s leave those other covers in the past where they belong.

Hot Tub vs. Swimming Pool

Investing in a recreational water source is an exciting decision – one that will lead to many years of fun and relaxation. But, it is not a decision to be taken lightly. Factors such as children, space available, and cost all must be considered. Some people will install both a hot tub and a swimming pool, and enjoy jumping from one to the other during the summer, while others must limit themselves to a single choice. The following are a few of the factors that can influence a homeowner’s spa or pool decision.

• Cost. The cost for both swimming pools and hot tubs varies greatly with size and quality of the water feature. Hot tubs tend to have less variance in size and are almost always smaller than a pool. They also tend to be portable, unlike most home pools. Thus, the larger size, greater amount of water, and installation of a pool will usually lead to higher costs than for a hot tub.

• Health benefits. Both hot tubs and pools have health benefits. Swimming laps in a pool is great aerobic exercise while also putting minimal stress on joints or bones. The hot water of a spa will relax the body and the muscles, helping to ease chronic pain, loosen sore or tight muscles, and lower physical and emotional stress.

• Maintenance. Maintaining a pool involves keeping up the proper circulation of water through filters, cleaning out any debris in the pool, and ensuring proper chemical balances. A hot tub requires regular cleaning of a small space, removing harmful bacteria, keeping the water hot, and maintaining the jets and filters. Considering these factors together, maintenance for a hot tub is a much easier and less expensive task.

Both pools and hot tubs are a good choice for a water recreation area. As far as maintenance and price are concerned, hot tubs are the cheaper and simpler option.

If you decide on a hot tub it will need a good cover. That’s where comes in. We have been building hot tub covers for more than thirty years. What’s more is that our custom made spa covers won’t break or get heavy like the typical rigid foam filled covers.

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Don’t Hot Tub and Drink

There are two things people are reminded to do when going on summer vacation: wait 30 minutes after eating to swim, and don’t drink in the hot tub. Waiting 30 minutes after eating to swim is usually a good idea, but it’s not normally a life-saving tip. Mixing alcohol with a hot tub, however, is something that can’t be ignored. The following are several reasons to stay away from drinking while hot tubbing.

• Dehydration. Hot tubbing causes you to sweat, though you probably won’t realize it, and sweating will dehydrate you. Alcohol also causes you to dehydrate, compounding the effects of the spa and increasing the influence alcohol has on your body. This means you can get drunk more quickly, which could be very dangerous.

• Heat exhaustion. Most veteran hot tubbers know the slightly light-headed feeling of staying in the hot tub for too long, and most drinkers have experienced the phenomenon of alcohol increasing body temperature. Combining these two produces heat stress that your body may not be equipped to handle, which could lead to weakness, nausea, dizziness, fainting, rapid pulse, or worse.

• Drowning. A person can drown in less than a foot of water, and if they have been drinking, their lack of inhibitions can lead to stupid and wild behavior. Harmless horseplay be much while sober can more dangerous when alcohol is involved. Furthermore, combining the relaxing effects of the hot tub and the alcohol can cause a person to pass out or fall asleep, and if they sink below the surface of the water, they might not come back up.

Enjoying a beer or a glass of wine while in the hot tub is a fun and pleasant experience. However, if you decide that you want to drink in your hot tub, be very careful and make sure to not overdo it.

Something else to avoid when it comes to your hot tub is a heavy cover. Back in the day when we were still traveling around doing home shows , we used to have a video playing that showed an actor being injured by a heavy hot tub cover. Everywhere we showed it someone would say, “Hey, that happened to me!” It’s not funny when it happens to you. In fact it can be deadly. Besides that, if your cover is too heavy to lift you’re not going to get into the spa as often which is tragic.

Heavy Hot Tub Covers keep people out of the spa
If your cover looks like this you’re probably not using the hot tub today

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The Hot Tub as an Icon

From Pretty Woman to Hot Tub Time Machine, the hot tub has been an icon in pop culture since the ’60s. It started out as part of the sex, drugs, and rock-and-roll movement and now is featured in reality TV shows like Jersey Shore. It has been a popular tool for comedy films, romance films, and many more. Below are a few of the most memorable hot tub references in media.


  • Scarface. Filmed in 1983, the movie depicts Tony Montana relaxing in a large, ornate hot tub, showing a side of the pleasures of relaxing in a hot tub enjoyed by the very rich.


  • Pretty Woman. Julia Robert’s famous scene in 1990 had one of the most famous actresses of the day relaxing and enjoying herself in a large jet-style bathtub. The scene was funny, and even innocent, making hot tubs fun and a normal sight in film.


  • Back to School. Rodney Dangerfield was one of the kings of comedy in his time, and this raunchy 1986 movie showing a hot tub in his dorm room helped to make hot tubs the sexy settings for raunchy or romantic scenes.


  • Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. In 1997, this Mike Meyers vehicle played off the now established stereotype of the “sexy hot tub” to get some serious laughs, spoofing James Bond and most “sexy” scenes that took place in hot tubs in earlier movies.


  • Hot Tub Time Machine. The 2010 comedy made use of the sexy hot tub trope in a slightly different way, sticking with the stereotype but also managing to use the spa as a major plot point.


All of these portrayals, not to mention the reality TV shows setting the hot tub as a place for raunchy and wild behavior, have affected the way spa are viewed by the public. From raunchy to romantic to just plain funny, hot tubs have a long and well-documented appeal.

Life with a hot tub is good
Owning a Hot Tub makes life a lot better

Doesn’t that make you feel like part of history? You own an ICON! Sadly, we hear all to often from spa owners that aren’t using their hot tubs as often as they once did. Not Cool. More often than not it’s because they just don’t have the energy or the strength at the end of the day to wrestle their heavy cover off.

Don’t let it happen to you. You bought that spa to use and it made you feel great when you did. Get back to enjoying your spa! Remember how well you slept after relaxing the day away while the jets gently washed away your stress?

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Can Hot Tubs be used in Winter?

Winter and Hot TubsSome people see hot tubs being used in the dead of winter and think it must be freezing to get out or that a ton of energy is being wasted. Of course, there are those who see people hot tubbing in winter and wish they could join in. Fortunately for the latter group, hot tub technology has improved to the point that hot tubs can be used at any time of the year and not spend too much on electricity. Below are a few tips for keeping your hot tub warm without spending a considerable amount of money in the winter.


  • Buy a good cover (our specialty).One of the most important aspects of keeping a hot tub warm is buying a good cover. Hot Tub Covers have to insulate or there is no reason to have one.  Trapping in the heat from day to day so that less energy is needed to heat it later adds up to energy savings. Covers that are old, worn, or ripped may be effective at protecting the hot tub from falling debris, but will allow the majority of heat to escape. If necessary, consider buying a new spa cover. At, for example, we build custom hot tub covers to fit all kinds of hot tubs. You can even add more insulation for ultimate energy savings.


  • Use solar power. Solar power is often collected by rooftop solar panels where it is either channeled directly to appliances or stored in batteries. By storing the electricity in batteries, homeowners can ensure they have a supply of power even when the sun is not shining. It will take a lot of solar energy to heat a hot tub, but one way to lower the amount of electricity needed is by using the sun to warm the water during the day. A plastic cover that can absorb and trap the sun’s heat will reduce the amount the temperature needs to increase to reach the desired warmth.


  • Lower the temperature. The average hot tub temperature is set at 104 degrees Fahrenheit. When not in use, a hot tub can be set at a lower temperature to reduce the amount of electricity keeping it warm. Using the sun and proper covers to trap in heat will keep the temperature steady without using too much electricity.

Since heat rises, the most important aspect of energy savings when it comes to hot tubs are the covers. This is true no matter what the season is. Unless the outdoor temperature where you live is a constant 104 degrees, insulation will be the key to saving money and keeping the spa ready for use. Visit right now to find out more about the Next Generation of Custom Hot Tub Covers.

How to Find the Right Swim Spa

You want to buy a swim spa but you do not know from where to begin? You have no idea which manufacturers offer the best swim spas or which features differentiate one brand from another? Our goal is to covers the strengths and characteristics of some Swim Spa brands available on the market. No matter what are your needs, we hope to help you find the one which best fits your needs and expectations.

  1. Dimension One Swim Spa

    The Aquatic Fitness System brand of Dimension One is designed not only to relax, but also to exercise, so it corresponds to all of your demands and wishes related to swim spas. You can use it to swim, walk, run, stretch, and strength exercises or just to enjoy the recreational effects of the swim spa. No matter which age group you belong to, Aquatic Fitness System will definitely meet your expectations. You can choose from 4 types of spas according to your needs. AquaFit Sport’s water management system which ensures you clean water every time you exercise, the forceful swim jets and the cross-training functionality make it your functional underwater gym. What can be better than that? After your exhausting training session, the AquaFit Pro, offers you with its patented Jet Therapy® pillow, the ultimate relaxation experience. The AquaFit Play will provide you many moments of pleasure with exercise, fun and relaxation due to its max therapy seat, patented water cleaning system and stereo and lighting package (optional). AquaFIT PLUS is the king of Dimension One Swim Spas, not only because it is the largest one, but also because you can adjust the water temperature separately: you can have a different temperature in one side of it while you are exercising and another in the other part which is ideal for soaking and spa.

These luxurious spas have a lot of innovation: they are environmentally friendly and energy efficient, include water cleaning systems and interior innovations. Visit their page to read more about these amazing swim spas.


  1. Cal Spa

    Provides a full aquatic gym in the comfort of your own home. The Cal Spas’ Jet Stream Propulsion System is designed for both amateur and professional swimmers. The two jets produce current both on the top and under the water. Cal Spa offers a large variety of options for their customers in order to help them to improve their swimming and hydrotherapy experience. Cords attached to the anchors of the spa can make your training easier; the built in Isound system or stereo with CD player and the led options make your spa time more joyful. The entry level swim spa provides 22 jets and is designed for 6 people. The top of the line model has the capacity of 10 people and includes 70 jets, it consists of a zone designed for swimming and workout and another separated one for hydrotherapy and soaking. Like the Dimension One offering you can set the temperature separately for both areas.


  1. Endless Pool Swim Spas

    Offer you the great opportunity to spend fun and valuable time with your friends and family, without exposing you to the dangers and unpleasant features of the public spas. These spas are designed to be suitable in almost every size backyard and have much lower operating cost than normal sized pools. These spas can be used indoor or out, and are available in four different sizes. The ten foot, fifteen and seventeen foot long, offer a fairly spartan layout with one seat to relax in after your workout. The top of the line nineteen foot model offers the separate spa end with the by now expected dual temperature control. According to their website, the installation consists of 3 easy steps: place, fill up, and connect the power. Although it makes it sound like you just plug it in, because it requires 220 volts and a 60amp breaker, it’s not quite that simple. You can adapt not only the temperature, but also the current according to your preferences.


  1. The Michael Phelps Swim Spas

    By Master Spas were developed “with input” from the famous swimmer, Michael Phelps, and his coach, Bob Bowman, and the professional engineers of Master Spas. The company website claims that these are one of the most energy-efficient swim spas in the industry, due to the eco-friendly icynene foam insulation. In their own words, “Every swim spa is built to not only meet but to exceed the stringent California Energy Commission (CEC) efficiency standards.” They also have high density polymer base which keeps away pests and helps to maintain the heating, manifold plumbing which ensures the equal spread of pressure in the jets. They also contain Noise Reduction, EcoPur and Ozone systems. The EcoPur® System contains a filter which integrates a combination of minerals which help not only the elimination of bigger impurities, but also of the microorganisms and heavy metals, resulting in softer water. The Ozone System eliminates the pathogens, making the water fresh and clean. Its Wave Propulsion™ Technology System offers you a swimming experience with less turbulence and the SwimNumber™ System allows you to set the suitable swimming, training speed according to your needs. Some workout programs are pre scheduled, so you can choose between the beginners, intermediate or advanced levels. Again it is available in a number of lengths and configurations including the spa on one end that can be at a different temperature. The one obvious difference is the housing. On the pump end, the one you swim toward, a good foot to eighteen inches is taken up by the pump works. Not a huge deal but if your buying a cover for it, you’ll be covering a section you can’t swim in or sit in.


  1. SwimEx Swim Spas

    Apply paddle wheel instead of jets and propellers to generate swim current. The fiberglass panel construction of these spas is similar to the aircrafts’ panels. SwimEx is based on a special shell designed to control the course of water. In the past this manufacturer was mainly oriented towards corporate customers like universities, hospitals, but in more recent years they have become more and more oriented towards residential clients. Customers can choose from a large variety of custom options for their indoor or outdoor SwimEx including colors, finishes and water depths. The first glaring difference between these swim spas and others listed so far is that they are not designed to be stand alone spas in their own cabinet. True they can be set up for indoor or outdoor installation but that installation will be sunken. This is more of a commitment since installing it will be very similar to an actual swimming pool. Plus as you would expect from a builder that has focused on commercial applications their spas are a little more utilitarian. The website has some very attractive photos but the main focus is on the pleasing deck work around the spa rather than the spas themselves.


  1. Arctic Spas Swim Spas

    Claim to be the perfect choice for even the cold weather and climate, they are easy to install and very energy efficient. The patented Forever Floor® will save you time and effort in connection with installing, because you do not have to work on a spa foundation. The Total Access™ system Đ makes every interior component easy to access for repairing. The insulation of the floor and of the wall (foam) of these spas was developed to stop heating from escaping. The biggest difference between the Arctic Spas Swim Spas and the others we covered here is that rather than offering several different sizes they only offer one size with different interior options. From a manufacturing point of view this is a great idea. Every cabinet is the same size which saves time and money. For the home owner it takes one decision off the table and you can focus on the options instead. This manufacturer does not offer a model with a spa in one end. The down side of this is that you’ll be exercising in the same temperature as when you are using the spa for relaxation. So you’ll have to either workout in water that is too warm or relax in water that is a tad on the cool side.


These are 6 of the largest manufacturers, who, based on their years of technological research and experimentation, offer a large variety of swim spas which meet the various needs of customers. If you have decided to purchase a swim spa, list your preferences, and what you want from your purchase to match them with the technological features provided by the spa manufacturers available on the market.

When you’re ready to cover your investment, visit While spa manufacturers have been working on designing and building swim spas, have been building the perfect swim spa covers.

No matter which company you purchase you swim spa from they will offer a traditional rigid foam filled spa cover. The problem is that depending on the overall length of your new spa, that cover will consist of three or four individual panels. And just like every other foam filled cover ever made, those panels will eventually begin to saturate with moisture from the steam coming off the spa water, (starting the day you fill your spa) until they are too heavy to lift. (Normally one section will be notably heavier within six months)

Invariably with four separate sections this will happen at different speeds. So you the owner has to choose to struggle to remove and replace that one section or just leave it on and try to use your spa under it.

Bar lifters won’t help once the cover becomes too heavy either because you will still have to flop it over the bar while trying not to strain yourself. Then push it off the end of the spa. When the cover is heavy it will either rip itself apart (because the seam of the cover is not built to handle the added weight) or worse it will rip the bar lifter off the sides of your spa potentially causing damage to the spa cabinet.

The SpaCap Swim Spa Covers by contrast, don’t employ foam so there is nothing to soak up the moisture. They are built to stay lightweight and easy to use. Visit and order one for your swim spa today.

Why You Need a Swim Spa

Swim SpaSwim spas have really grown in popularity over the past few years, and there are a number of affordable options in the marketplace. The problem is that many consumers don’t understand why they need a swim spa, and some don’t even know what a swim spa is. Essentially, it is a small pool or large hot tub that produces a current, allowing swimmers to swim and get a workout without having to buy a full-length pool or even turn at the wall. They also don’t take up too much space in your yard. The following are a few reasons why you should consider buying a swim spa.

  1. Best of both worlds. When a hot tub is too small and a pool is too big, you need something that’s in between. Swim spas allow serious swimmers to get their workout and stay in shape while also allowing them to relax afterwards. Swim spas can usually be heated, providing owners with a large hot tub to relax in at the end of a long day. Usually no longer than 12 feet, these pools can also be used for relaxation and exercise simultaneously, as long as the water is at a good temperature for both activities.
  2. Convenience. Because they are so much smaller than a full-size swimming pool, swim spas are much easier to install and leave you with more room on your property for other activities. They can be placed either in the ground or on top of it, making them portable or permanent as the homeowner chooses.
  3. Most benefit for your money. While a hot tub helps to relax muscles and ease aches and pains, and a pool allows you to stretch out your muscles and get a good workout, a swim spa gives you all of these health benefits.

Now that you’re ready to go get a swim spa, you are going to need to get a cover for it too. That’s where we come in. At we have been building Swim Spa Covers for as long as there have been swim spas. What the spa dealer will want to “throw in” with your swim spa is a rigid foam folding cover. Basically it is two typical foam filled hot tub covers so you end up with four panels instead of two and a cover that will fail twice as fast.

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