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Learn how to use pool vacuums to pick up unwanted debris, when cleaning and maintaining your pool.
The swimming pool has to maintain the salt level to avoid getting stains. The stains come from minerals in the water. When the minerals become more concentrated because of water loss, stains appear. The salt level should be checked at least every six months to maintain proper levels. little bit of air is not a problem. When people have a swimming pool they prefer to start in the shallow end and work on the way down to the deep end. I knew this because my Bf has a swimming pool in his house If he clean the pool he has to use the tools like filter pool to take out the leaves he is using vaccum and have to pushed all of the debris to a certain spot, then he go ahead and vacuum that area it's to much work when you have a pool. Vacuum on a regular basis, maybe just a spot vacuum might needed at that time. If you are vacuuming you have to connect your vacuum into the hose and after that it well start cleaning the pool. More important would be to pick up any large debris that is part of vacuuming. A slow back and forth motion is all that is necessary to pick up the debris in the pool. You can also walk the walls and also clean your hose. How about you
do you have a pool which is using the vaccum for cleaning? I am talking the bottom and in use for taking some big debris if you have a pool then use this tools in order for you maintaining your pool clean.