The bubble side always goes down.
the blue goes up
Solar cover bubbles are always facing down, smooth side up
The side of the pool cover with bubbles is the lower side.
The bubbles go face down on the solar cover because when the sun hits the smooth side if the cover it warms the bubbles up on the other side & the bubbles on the solar cover holds more heat than the smooth side
The bubbles on the cover should be facing the water.
The one that goes up when you listen to it. usually the one with the Cover Art.
On all solar covers the "smooth" side faces up. Bubble side faces down. www.ccpoolspa.com
yes, the bubble side always goes down (smooth side up).this alows air to be trapped in between the bubbles and heat. if bubbles go up they will evenually pop in the heat or become inverted
Get a solar cover, cover it and should warm up faster
I had the same problem. I use a plastic clamp and rope. I clamp the edge of the cover then walk across to the other side of the pool to pull the solar cover over to me'folding it in half then fold it in half again so it is easy to roll up.
Chinese writing goes side to side, but in Japan it goes up and down. Well know you know. :D
All Solar Pool Covers are placed on your swimming pool with the bubble side down, or facing the water. This allows an air pocket to form under the cover to trap heat & provide the maximum insulation value the cover is designed for. -Charlie Goss President DPD Pools / PoolDeals.com
Depending on the type of pad you have, this will differ. Usually if it has a barrier, like a solid red or blue plastic attached, this side goes up. If there is netting of some sort, this side also goes up.
A cover or case starts at about $20 and goes up to $100.
The darkest color always faces the water - or goes down. In the case of green or black, it's a little more difficult (if it's a light green then green is up). Another way to check is to open the pool cover and look for inserts/sleeves for water bags (i.e. to help hold it down). The side with inserts/sleeves faces up.
bubble side down, smooth surface side up.
The silver side should be the one "Touching" the water, this allows the light to pass through the blue and light bounding back up from the bottom to be trapped by the silver.
The timing mark is a line that goes across the harmonic balancer that should line up with the mark on the timing chain cover. It is on the drivers side on the bottom of the timing cover.
Bubbles down. Smooth side up.
On standard maps and globes, the Equator goes side to side.
when it goes up and down, or side to side
The top side.