Stock tank swimming pool on your property is a big responsibility. A pool is not the type of leisure activity that you can enjoy without cleaning or maintenance. In fact, the maintenance of your above ground pool can be quite extensive. If you do not want or can pay someone to perform the cleaning and maintenance required for your above ground pool, then you have to learn how to perform the steps yourself
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Attach your skimmer net to a telescopic bar. Make sure the rod is long enough to reach at least the middle of the stock tank swimming pool. Use the frothier to clean out all dirt, debris and organic matter from the pool surface. Use a pool wall to clean the side wall of your above ground pool. Above ground pools do not require a special brush to clean. A standard pool wall brush will suffice to loosen any debris from the side walls of your pool. Turn on your stock tank swimming pool supply or connect it to your pool circulation system according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Place the vacuum cleaner on the floor in your above ground pool. If you do not have a deck, you may need to stand on a bench or staircase. Clean the bottom of the pool using long, slow movements. Overlapping each other when walking to clean all debris and debris from the floor and loose from the sidewalls. Check the pool strainer baskets. These can be trapped with organic material, such as leaves and sticks. Remove any debris inside the baskets. Baskets of above ground pools are located on the side of the pool.
tips and warnings
Clean your walls pool, floors and baskets at least once a week. Remove dirt with the frothier at least once a day. Check that Pool Vic’s hose extends two full sections past the furthest point in the pool if the vacuum cleaner sticks at steps or pool locations. Your hose may be too short. Your Pool van can also run too fast. Use the adapter vacuum gauge, which comes with most Pool Vass to measure the vacuum in the vacuum cleaner hose. There should be a 1-inch vacuum per inch of tubing. Your model should have instructions in the manual on how to adjust the vacuum if necessary. Look for signs that the air is back to the pool via the return lines about your pool Vic floats above the pool bottom. See if there are air bubbles attached to Pool Vic’s hose and head. If you see them, pull the hose firmly to release bubbles. You will need to repair the source of leakage to prevent further buildup. Bubbles can also be caused by ozone systems that are not properly set.