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    Archive for November, 2008

    HOTSPRING SPAS Tips of the Month

    Saturday, November 15th, 2008

    I’m asked frequently “What can I do to keep my spa running like a new one?” The answer is simple. Along with keeping your chemicals at their proper levels, i.e. pH between 7.2 and 7.8 –total alkalinity around 100 – chlorine levels at 4.0 to 6.0 – hardness around 200, and cleaning your filters regularly, I feel it is important to “flush” your spa annually. Your spa by its sheer nature will create calcium build ups in the plumbing and equipment that can be easily cleaned with the use of a spa flush product.

    Prior to changing your water, simple remove your filters and add the spa flush product. Run your jets for about 2 hours minimum and then drain your spa. Once drained, rinse the spa down with fresh water and allow that to drain. I further recommend that you fill and drain with fresh water to clean the inner workings of the spa as well.

    Once completed, refill the spa and perform your normal startup procedures. By doing this once a year, you will keep your spa clean both inside the spa and inside the plumbing.

    Finnleo Saunas

    What kind of maintenance is required with a sauna? That’s one of the great points of owning a sauna is that there is little maintenance required. Cleaning the benches occasionally with a good bacterial cleaner is a good idea. If you use a towel on the benches as we recommend, cleaning the benches is not required too frequently.

    The handle to the door may get dirty due to frequent use and is easily cleaned with sand paper.

    There are no scheduled maintenance items to your sauna unless it is outside. If that is the case, you should clean the exterior annually and if it is NOT a maintenance-free exterior, you should stain the exterior at least every two years.

    Outside of those items, the only thing you have to do is enjoy your sauna on a regular basis!

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    FINNLEO SAUNAS: Your Sauna for Life!

    Saturday, November 15th, 2008

    Modern technology and medical research can now explain what the Finns have known for 2000 years. A sauna not only makes you feel good, it’s good for you. Numerous studies in Scandinavia and throughout Europe have focused on how the body responds in a sauna. The research demonstrates that when you raise
    the core body temperature in a sauna several very good changes occur.

    You sweat. Toxins are flushed from your body. You burn calories. You get a cardio-vascular workout-blood vessels dilate, heart rate increases.

    Your body produces natural chemicals-endorphins-which in turn reduce mental stress, provide increased resistance to illness, soothe sore muscles and joints, and induces a deeper sleep.

    Look better, feel better, sleep better – with YOUR Finnleo Sauna, your sauna for life!

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    November 2008: Just for Laughs

    Friday, November 14th, 2008

    This is batty


    Two bats are going for their midnight feed. After an hour or so, one bat gets tired of looking and goes home with no blood. The other bat comes home with blood dripping from its mouth.

    The first bat says enviously, “Where did you get all that blood from?” The second bat replies, “Follow me, I’ll show you.”

    After awhile the second bat leads them to a cave. He says, “You see that wall over there?”

    The hungry bat excitedly says, “Yes!”

    Other bat says, “I didn’t.”

    Getting older

    A cowboy told his grandson the secret to a long life.

    He said, “You gotta sprinkle a little gunpowder on your oatmeal, see. If you do, you’ll live a nice ripe old age.”

    So the cowboy did this religiously every day and sure enough, lived to a nice ripe old age of 96.

    When he died he left 4 children, 8 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren … and a 16 foot hole in the wall of the crematorium!

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