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How do you care for a vinyl pool if you want to leave it uncovered during the winter months?

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2006-05-26 22:34:32
2006-05-26 22:34:32

There is no difference, covered or uncovered, a covered pool is only going to keep the debri out or on top of the cover, where an uncovered pool is going to collect all the debri on the bottom of the pool its sometimes more work depending on where the pool is located, you may or may not have to scrub the walls and floor, The only problem I know of would be when the short burst or warm weather comes your water will turn green a lot faster without a cover, There is no difference, covered or uncovered, a covered pool is only going to keep the debri out or on top of the cover, where an uncovered pool is going to collect all the debri on the bottom of the pool its sometimes more work depending on where the pool is located, you may or may not have to scrub the walls and floor, The only problem I know of would be when the short burst or warm weather comes your water will turn green a lot faster without a cover,

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