Mud Slingers Pool & Patio
Mud Slingers Pool & Patio


Ask Us: What is a Wristwatch Alarm?

A wristwatch alarm is simply a safety device that your child or anyone else that might be in danger around your pool can wear. It’s one of many other precautionary measures you can take to warn you when something dangerous might be happening in or near your pool.
The wristwatch alarm is generally linked to a centrally located “base,” probably somewhere in your house where you can easily hear it. You will be alerted with an alarm when it comes into contact with water – i.e., when your child falls in and is in distress. The device is no bigger than a wristwatch and is a great preventative measure to keep your children safe around the pool. It’s not a replacement for a good eye as you should always watch your kids while they’re in the pool.

Mud Slingers Pools & Patio Spring Savings Sale!
The Mud Slingers Pools & Patio Spring Savings Sale now includes a fourth option!
Take advantage of one of these special offers:
1. 10 percent off a pool equipment package
2. Free upgrade to an Under Track auto cover system
3. Free upgrade to a full steel bench step
4.  Free upgrade from the Hayward 250 gas pump to the Hayward electric pump.

Ask Us: What Temperature Should My Hot Tub Be?

Mud Slingers Hot TubAsk Kim: What temperature should my hot tub be?
Maintaining a consistent temperature is an important component in staying safe while using a hot tub. Many rookie and experienced hot tub owners wonder exactly what temperature their hot tub should be at. While the water may feel good, it might not be safe for you.
Despite the limits (or lack thereof) on your temperature settings, 104°F is the maximum temperature you should set your hot tub. Anything higher than 104°F is considered unsafe and can lead to overheating or heat exhaustion.
Typically, hot tub temperatures range from 100 – 102°F, which feels warm while being safe for your body to be in and safely adjust. Anything under 100°F is still safe for you but may not feel as enjoyable. However, new owners should start their hot tub temperatures off at around 98°F and slowly increase after that in order to adjust your new equipment.
Consistent temperature maintenance is important not only for you but also for your budget. Like your air conditioner, you may want to turn down your hot tub temperature when you’re not using it to save money. This is actually the opposite of what you want to do! In the long run, you are creating more work and using more energy for your hot tub to heat back up each time you want to use it. Maintaining a consistent temperature is key.
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