Hey guys I’m gonna show you how to keep pool cover on above ground pool but before it I wanna show you the ties on each side and what this is used for to tighten up the outer edge of the solar cover to make it nice and snug that way it stops it from wanting to pull off.
So in two spots here and directly on the other side are these roads free actually tighten up what I do is When the cover is installed. I’ll actually tie it just in a half knot like this. Believe it or not just by doing this on this site and the other side it will actually keep the cover from blowing off. So I’ll put the cover on and I’ll actually tie this on one side. This will act like somebody’s actually holding it in the spot when you’re installing the pool cover especially when you’re doing it by yourself.
How to Keep Pool Cover on the Above Ground Pool?
So one important thing when you’re putting your pool cover on there like a big sale they want to catch the wind so the winds blowing in the direction.
So I want to start installing the pool cover from that site or to the side and like I mentioned earlier about holding onto the springs we’re going to keep an eye on this screen here or from that side I’m actually gonna buy this around this pole but correctly on the other side there and that will act like somebody’s actually holding.
Now We will start keeping a pool cover on the other sideway. What I usually do is I get it partway and then I’ll go over almost directly from the side that I tied it. And as you can see we have one of the straps here or the ties will actually tie it around like this, it’s a half a knot.
Things to Do
Again I should add these tied a little bit better as you can see had seen one side had popped off. So just make sure these are fairly tight again there’s one here and one directly on the other side. So you want to make sure they’re on fairly snug and again what that does it just acts like there’s another hand helping you hold this. It usually snugs over a couple of inches on each side again these have a tendency to get a little bit slack when they tighten up here. And they also tend to shrink. This did fit a lot better when it was brand new.
Again so to install this I usually start on one side again the winds blowing in one direction. So we’ll always start on that side I’ll tie it on that side or at least if you don’t have ties start putting it on this site. Try to get it at least a quarter and then gradually work your way around on one side than the other. And then if you can get it pulled to the other side hook it onto here and tie it if you have the ties on. Then work it away from your way around and around the other side has just seen me.
Things to Remember
Before you go to put your pool cover on, you have to make sure you turn your pool pump off. If you don’t turn your pump off it’s the attendant who wants to pull the above-ground pool cover around and potentially under the water. So I’ll get the pump off.
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How do I choose the right size of pool cover?
Choosing the Right Size When selecting a pool cover for an above-ground pool, it is important to choose one that fits correctly in order to provide adequate protection and durability. Here are some tips on how to choose the right size for a pool cover:
1. Measure all four sides of the swimming pool from edge to edge and make sure to measure the deepest part of the swimming pool as well.
2. Make sure you purchase a cover that is at least three feet longer than your measurements so that it will fit properly.
3. When measuring for round pools, simply measure the diameter and add three feet for extra coverage.
1. Make sure to take into account any steps, ladders, or other pool accessories that need to be covered by the pool cover when selecting the size.
2. It is also important to consider whether you want a full-coverage style or a partial-coverage style when selecting a size for your pool cover. A full-coverage style will provide more protection from debris and dirt but may be too large for smaller pools.
3. Pool covers come in different styles, fabric weights, and colors so make sure to select one that best fits the needs of your swimming pool.
By following these tips and considering all of these factors, you can ensure that you choose the right size of pool cover.
How often do I need to clean my pool cover?
The frequency of cleaning your pool cover depends on several factors, such as the type of material it is made from and the environment in which it is placed. Generally speaking, most above-ground pool covers should be cleaned at least once a month to ensure debris and dirt do not accumulate on the surface.
If your pool cover receives heavy use or exposure to direct sunlight, you may want to clean it more often. Additionally, if you live in an area with frequent rainfall or excessive wind, you may need to clean your pool cover every week. In any case, regular maintenance will help keep your above-ground swimming pool looking its best. To clean your pool cover properly, start by removing as much debris from the top as possible using a broom or leaf blower. Once the top is clear, use a garden hose to spray down the cover and remove any remaining dirt and grime. If spots remain, you can scrub them out with a sponge or soft brush.
Finally, rinse off the cleaner before allowing your pool cover to dry in the sun. With regular care and maintenance, your above-ground pool cover should last for many years of enjoyment.
I usually do it by myself and literally only takes about 30 seconds or so to get it to install. Again make sure your pops off because if not your pumps gonna want to tend to push your cover. And it’s next to impossible to do it with one person with your pump on. So turn your pump off and make sure your ladders are out. Again I hope this helps a few people out there.