When the new year is quickly approaching, many people like to celebrate it with a one-of-a-kind hot tub party. Make a memorable event for your guests that they will cherish for years to come. Whether it is an indoor or outdoor spa, your guests will be raving over the New Year's bash that you throw for them. Let's go over some tips that will help ensure your party is a safe and enjoyable one.

To begin with, it is important to remember to have your hot tub spa supplies handy before the event. From care kits to clarifiers, there are a variety of products to choose from in the hot tub spa supplies section. It is important to give your hot tub ample time to warm and to chemically stabilize, so purchase these and begin testing early to ensure your guests can relax safely in the tub. Of course, with any New Year's party, keep in mind that many guests will be drinking some cool refreshments in and around the tub, so maintaining a safe temperature is a must. Also, remember that even though you're likely to decorate around the hot tub area, it should not interfere with boarding and exiting of the hot tub itself. Clean your hot tub well beforehand with one of the overnight soaks or some similar product designed specifically for hot tubs and spas.

Secondly, it is very important to ensure your tub has the correct balance of hot tub chemicals. There are various shock treatments to get your tub to the desired chlorine and chemical balance. No matter what your water type, it is important to maintain a diligent check of your hot tub chemicals. If you have Hot Spring Spas or Tiger River Spas, Silver Ion Sanitizer, also called Freshwater ag+, also known as is one option. There are a wide variety of tests that measure everything from alkalinity to different chemical levels. This is a safety point that should not be overlooked. Certain chemicals, if not stabilized, can become a damper to your hot tub party.

Remember to have fun. New Year's Eve is an exciting and wonderful time to enjoy the leisure of a warm bubbly hot tub with friends, family or neighbors while the weather is cold and the mood is festive.