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08/16/2013

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Bonni Gessner

Hi Kenza, Thank you for your question! To keep small frogs out of your tub I would suggest replacing your current cover with an air tight cover. This will save you money in the long run, eliminating the need to frequently drain and refill your tub, as well as on chemicals. I would also make sure your water is properly balanced and maintained, and remove anything from your hot tub area that could be providing a habitat like space for the frogs. If you have any further questions about getting a replacement spa cover, or how to keep those pesky frogs out of your tub, please feel free to give us a call: (800)-823-3638 M-F 8-5 Pacific. Thanks, Bonni The Spa Depot

Kenza

How can I keep little green frogs from getting into our hot tub? We do not have an airtight cover for the tub. I just drained it and scrubbed it down with bleach, I hate to think my efforts might be in vain as soon as we put the cover back on.... Any ideas?

Mark Walsh

Hi J, Thank you for your comment. Bug Bombs are usually intended for much larger areas than the cabinet of your spa. I would recommend using other methods of pest removal such as sprays, or pellets. Thank you, Mark The Spa Depot

J

Can we bug bomb the cabinet of our hot tub to drive out any varmints?

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