Vacuum if necessary then shock it.
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A rusty swimming pool ladder is not so good to see in your swimming pool. I advice you to repaint your rusty pool ladder or you can just buy a new one.
Firstly you find out how the DE got into the pool - must be a broken filter pad. Fix that, then vacuum the pool. No point vacuuming before you fix the filter problem, or the DE will finsih up back in the pool.
Any pool vacuum can, including the Polaris.
How do I vacuum an above ground doughboy pool?
A vacuum head that has a brush on the bottom - no wheels.
Algae spores float around in the air and can hit your pool at any time You can fix it by 1 shocking the pool and scrubbing the walls and floor of the pool if this doesn't clear it up just get an algaecide from your pool shop. When you vacuum the dead algae out of the pool it would be a good idea to vacuum it to waste to reduce the risk of reinfecting the pool.
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Well i have a pool myself, and sand is not wanted in it. The rocks in it can puncture the liner (if it has a liner). You should vacuum it out with a pool vacuum. Hope i helped
The vacuum on a pool connects into the vacuum plate that fits over the skimmer basket on the side of the pool. My vaccum attaches in the bottom of the skimmer UNDER the basket. Different types of skimmers.
You can use a pool vacuum to clean dirt off the bottom of a pool. A pool vacuum clear is designed to be connected to a water source or it can be connected to your pool's circulation system.
If the pool is shocked give it a scrub down with a pool broom / brush leave it for a day then vacuum the rubbish of the bottom. If there is a lot of algae present Vacuum to waste
If your filter is repaired then you can just vacuum the pool.
The same as the floor vacuum inside the house but instead of it sucking air it sucks water through the filter. Just run the pool hose from the pool vacuum to the vacuum plate over the top of the leaf basket. then turn on the pump and runi t along the floor of the pool.
Check with a pool supply store. There is a small, battery operated vaccum that can be attached to your pool pole. It may be called the pool buster and it costs around $300. The vaccum is battery charged from a standard 120 wall socket and works very well for normal vaccuming.
Put a vacuum plate over the top of the leaf basket (usually supplied with the pool) and plug the vacuum hose into it.
It might get rusty if you but it in hot water...
fix the leak. call a pool specialist if you don't know how to fix it
submerge the hose in the pool first to get all of the air out, then attach to the skimmer.
Into your filter
Vacuum or Polaris