The great thing about inflatable hot tubs is that they are portable, you can easily move them around be indifferent locations in the garden, taking them with you or perhaps taking them indoors!

So ‘Can I use my inflatable hot tub indoors?‘… The answer is yes.

But… there are a few things you should consider before setting it all up and causing a few issues inside.

Water
When getting in and out of your hot tub water will drip off you, this isn’t an issue outside however you will want to be careful if you have carpet down, or you may find yourself mopping up your wood flooring¬†constantly. ¬†So thinking about your flooring is something you need to consider. You could put down a plastic sheet underneath and then place some old towels on top to help absorb nay water and to stop people from slipping over.

Steam
The hot tub can heat up to 40 degrees, and with that will come steam when in use and the lid is off, this will make your room to become very damp, similar to your bathroom when having a bath or shower. So you will want it to be very well ventilated and ensure there are windows and doors that can be opened.

Weight
Once all set up and filled with water inflatable hot tubs will way a lot, so do ensure your flooring can take this weight and is supported for such a thing.

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