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i HAVE NO IDEA WHAT A BROMINATED SWIMMING POOL IS I TAKE IT IT'S AN OUTDOOR POOL? IF HUMANS ARE USING THIS POOL TO SWIM IN YOU MUST GET RIG OF THE FROGS. YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT GERMS DISEASES THEY'RE CARRING, AND THEY WILL BE LAYING TADPOLES. ALL SORTS OF BUGS INSECTS ARE ALSO ASSOCIATED WITH FROGS. YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT YOR ENVIORNMENTAL CLEANSING DEPARTMENT WHO WILL ADVISE YOU. POSSIBLY DRAINING THE POOL SEALING IT FROM WATER WILL DETER THE FROGS IT'D GIVE YOU A GOOD CHANCE TO THOROUGHLY CLEANSE THE POOL, DISINFECT BLEACH, ETC. . . I HOPE THIS IS OF SOME HELP
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Pool shops sell absorbent balls to take care of this problem However if there is a large amount of oil say motor oil or something along that line absorbent blanket or booms ar…e available see oil remediation in your browser. The best way and easiest way is to throw in a bag of kitty Litter. Wait for it to sink and vacuum to waste. Kings Duck Solution.
Check the phosphate levels of your water. I had a pool party of frogs every time it rained. I found my phosphate level was high, adjusted accordingly and now they're gone!
Although frogs in your pool are inconvenient, there is no health risk due to the pool chemicals. You just remove the drowned frogs. You should check your yard for …standing water where the eggs can hatch and tadpoles mature. If you do not have this, then the frogs are migrating toward your pool for some reason. If you leave the lights on, that attracts bugs and the frogs come for the picnic. Clear out any weeds and debris in your yard. Some believe using ammonia based fertilizer is a deterrent. Also, a wooden or block fence will prevent frogs from coming into the area.
Rid Your Swimming Pool Area of Noisy White Tree Frogs *Other than getting rid of the trees (they are even in bushes) then you will have to phone Pest Contr…ol to see if there is another way to get rid of these frogs. I can sympathize with you on this one! I have been so frustrated with the noise that I have been getting out of bed at 3:00am and running around my pool deck in my robe scooping them out of the pool with the leaf skimmer and bashing their heads in on the concrete. I'm sure I look like a maniac, and maybe someone else knows another way.
Answer Hello, Frogs love being around the water, especially during their mating season. However, they can be pretty noisy. Part of the reason that they are attract…ive to water is that they mate and give birth in the water. They normally do not reproduce in swimming pools due to the chlorine levels, but they do not know the difference. The best way to get rid of them is to enclose the swimming pool, ie by a gate, cover etc so that they will not be able to get in. Another alternative is to spray 'saltwater' or rock salt around the perimeter of the pool. The frogs hate salt because it hurts their feet. However, be careful not to put saltwater or salt rock around your plants; it may kill most plants. Hope this helps,,, Glowcam
Frogs inevitably get into pool skimmers. So trying to prevent them from getting into the pool in the first place is a waste of time. Visit www.critterskimmer.com and check out… the spiral rescue ramp that allows frogs and small critters to climb out of the skimmer on their own. No more dead frogs! Check the phosphate levels of your water. I had a pool party of frogs every time it rained. I found my phosphate level was high, adjusted accordingly and now they're gone!
With a strainer, simply scoop them out and/or with a filter if you have one.
Answer have a pool above the ground and tell the kids to not play with kids around the pool you can jump into the pool and look at them There is a solution! A new… invention that allows frogs to escape from dying in in-ground pools. It is called the Critter Skimmer, and it is a ramp that is attached to the skimmer cover that allows them to crawl out of the pool. It really works. All in-ground pools are designed to push everything into the skimmer, so the frogs will always find their way out. Plus Don't be near a river. Unless it is a above ground pool that you can take down Just replace your existing skimmer cover with the critter skimmer and no more dead frogs! It's amazing. I haven't seen a dead frog in my pool since. go to www.critterskimmer.com Another option is to use a FrogLog (www.froglog.us) which is a ramp for all kinds of small animals. It works as advertised. The FrogLog is not hidden inside the skimmer so mammals that need to get out quickly before drowning can see the escape route. Frogs and other animals with porous skin need to get out of chlorinated or salt water quickly too. The FrogLog allows for a quick escape. Multiple FroLogs can be used in larger pools. The two devices can also be used together.
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One way to get rid of frogs around pools is to put moth balls down. The moth balls do have an odor but it will keep the frogs away.
Keep the pool water out and put a cover on it or you can keep the water in it and just put a cover over it thats what i did. Check the phosphate levels of your water. I had a… pool party of frogs every time it rained. I found my phosphate level was high, adjusted accordingly and now they're gone!
Fill it with cement then put dirt on top of it and plant grass :)
Probably the chlorine. I doubt if chlorine is healthy for frogs.
Indoor swimming pools can use bromine. You can't use bromine on outdoor pools because there is no cyanuric acid in bromine. In other words, bromine molecules would have a very… short life, almost worthless, in an outdoor pool.
Use a net on the end of a long (metal or bamboo) pole to catch the frogs and release them into a local pond.
Well get a net and put bait in it or so and they will follow it and there it is.