Cleaning a hot tub is no major match - after the bath you simply empty the water and flush out of it. If it has settled a little coarser dirt, you use a mild wash soap.
Our outdoor bathtub Bohemen Is very easy to clean - drop out of the water, remove the interior, scrub and flush the tub and tip it on the top so that the water flows out. In case of any stains and dirt where water is not enough, you can use a mild soap, preferably organic. We do not recommend using tools with polishes or the like, as the aluminum risks being scratched, nor does you use a high pressure washer to clean the wood, as it risks being damaged. A regular sponge and a little old honest hand wash fix most things. Do not use chlorine or other more powerful chemical detergents.
To avoid bacterial growth, we recommend that the water is not used or left in the tub for more than two days in a row. It is also good for the wooden interior to dry between the baths to minimize the risk of mold or algae growth.
Oil in the interior is not a requirement, it can do well completely untreated, but if you want to keep its brownish color and luster, you oil it a few times a year. Keep in mind that not oiling the wooden interior until the wood is completely dry, otherwise the oil does not penetrate the wood and "does not" put "as well in the wood fibers either.
Water filtration for hot tub and outdoor bath
If you have limited access to water but still want to swim in new, fresh water every time, a sand filter is a perfect solution. The principle is simple; You lead out used bath water, clean it through an external sand filter, and lead back fresh clean water into the tub again. We have equipped Bohemen With two tap holes so that you can easily connect on a sand filter without having hoses and clamps hanging over the bathtub edge.
Another measure for good water hygiene is to take a shower before the bath, as we carry a variety of bacteria and mites naturally on our skin. Shower ice cream just by you, use no soap, shampoo or similar, plain water is good enough.
Clean the stove
Between the yards you need ash out of the stove, which you can easily do by lifting the stove from the stove, loosening the knot that holds it in place and then simply removes the stove from the tub and shake out ash and soot. Keep in mind that glow can lie and pry for a long time, so we recommend that you do not clean the stove too close in time after a bath, and that you do it in a place where you do not risk something taking fire.