November 28, 2021
How To Vacuum A Pool

How To Vacuum A Pool?

How To Vacuum A Pool? Ready to add vacuuming your pool into your weekly cleaning routine? Using a vacuum is the best way to keep dirt and debris out of our swimming pools. It makes for clear, balanced water that lasts longer without chemicals running short and having those extra costs! All you need are some essential tools — like a good suction head or pole with an extension handle–and use them at least once per week after heavy rainfall events in order to enjoy clean, great-looking inground or above ground pools all year long.

How to Choose a Pool Vacuum

Manual Pool Vacuum:

A manual pool vacuum needs to be manually used by a person, which can take up a lot of time. It is not advisable to use this as it takes too long.

Automatic Pool Vacuum:

A robotic pool cleaner automatically moves around the surface of the pool and sucks up debris on its way. Some models even have internal filtration system, so that you don’t need to clean it much!

Prepare the Pool for Vacuuming

Remove Excess Debris:

First remove any items that are not necessary from your swimming pool such as toys, rafts and other things that are not part of the swimming environment. The more junk you remove before vacuuming will allow your automatic pool cleaning device to cover more surface area and will also be much lighter.

Turn on the Pool Pump:

Your pool pump creates water flow, which allows your automated pool cleaner to move around with ease. Turn on your filter system so that you can get as much debris as possible.

How to Vacuum an In-Ground Pool:

1) Connect the Swivel Cable from Automatic Pool Cleaner to Standard Garden Hose (The other end of the hose is attached to a return jet or skimmer where dirty suction line plumbs in.)

2) Lower the Vacuum Head into water slowly until it starts to suck up dirt and debris from the bottom of pool.

3) Use the Controller’s “Direction” and “Speed” Buttons to move the cleaner around your pool.

4) Adjust suction rate (Filter Button), filter pressure (Settings Button), and/or bypass valve settings on the automatic pool vacuum cleaner before releasing it into water.

How to Vacuum an Above-Ground Pool:

1) Like in In-Ground Pools, connect the Swivel Cable from Automatic Pool Cleaner to Standard Garden Hose. Make sure that the hose is connected properly with no leaks or kinks. Also, make sure you adjust the hose length so that it doesn’t get caught on anything while cleaning.

2) Turn off Water Pump and Filter System of Above Ground Pools if there is any.

3) Lower the Vacuum Head into water slowly until it starts to suck up dirt and debris from the bottom of pool.

4) Use the Controller’s “Direction” and “Speed” Buttons to move the cleaner around your pool. Also, ensure that you are not in contact with sharp objects like rocks or metal as this can damage vacuum hose or suction inlet (filter bowl).

5) Adjust suction rate (Filter Button), filter pressure (Settings Button), and/or bypass valve settings on the automatic pool vacuum cleaner before releasing it into water.

How to Vacuum a Pool with a Sand Filter:

1) Like in In-Ground Pools, connect the Swivel Cable from Automatic Pool Cleaner to Standard Garden Hose. Make sure that the hose is connected properly with no leaks or kinks. Also, make sure you adjust the hose length so that it doesn’t get caught on anything while cleaning.

2) Turn off Water Pump and Filter System of Above Ground Pools if there is any.

3) Lower the Vacuum Head into water slowly until it starts to suck up dirt and debris from the bottom of pool.

4) Use the Controller’s “Direction” and “Speed” Buttons to move the cleaner around your pool. Also, ensure that you are not in contact with sharp objects like rocks or metal as this can damage vacuum hose or suction inlet (filter bowl).

5) Adjust suction rate (Filter Button), filter pressure (Settings Button), and/or bypass valve settings on the automatic pool vacuum cleaner before releasing it into water.

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