Hot Tub Clarity: An Easy Guide for New and Frustrated Hot Tub Owners (Hot Tub Clarity - An Easy Guide for New and Frustrated Hot Tub Owners Book 1)

Hot Tub Clarity - An Easy Guide for New and Frustrated Hot Tub Owners

Hot tub enthusiasts—rejoice!

Taking care of a hot tub doesn’t have to be a full-time job…

Getting a new hot tub or enjoying the one you have in your backyard can feel overwhelming…when you realize how much maintenance is required. Afterall, keeping the PH levels balanced is important for your health and safety.

Jacque Johnson—aka The Hot Tub Lady—is here to help with this easy-to-follow guide: “Hot Tub Clarity.” She breaks down every aspect of hot tub care into simple terms, so you understand exactly what it takes to keep your spa in perfect working condition. Then, you can sit back and relax.

Jacque thoroughly explains the three most popular water care systems—Chlorine, Frog @Ease, and Salt Systems—so you can make an educated decision on which one will work best. With this information, you'll be able to take care of your hot tub like a pro and relax in it…worry-free.

"Want to make hot tub ownership all relief and no pain? Remove the too often complicated guesswork, legwork, and rework from water care! Jacques' easy-to-understand, time-tested and effective approaches, do just that" -- Steve Hammock CEO (retired) Wakins Wellness Corporation

A hot tub is all about ease and relaxation. When you open the cover, you want hot, clear water that is chemically balanced. The Hot Tub Lady, AKA 'The Hot Tub Whisperer,' helps you make that a reality.” — Mark & Gretchen Noordsy

Jacque Johnson has 20 years of experience in the spa industry. She has been selling hot tubs since 2003 and works one-on-one with customers every day. She’s seen the excitement—quickly replaced by frustration—when buyers try and comprehend the industry jargon. She loves simplifying the process to help give them peace of mind. When she’s not working in her store, Jacque records podcasts and YouTube videos to educate consumers—and make them “happy hot tubbers.”