Deck and cleaning cover
Remove as much waste as possible from the pool or spa and cover it before removing it. A quick brush or rinse can remove debris from the pool area. If the cover is a floating type without a cover system, be sure to turn it over or place it on a clean surface. Otherwise, when you put it back in place it will drag leaves, grass, or dirt into the pool. If it is a mechanized coating system, any small amount of water standing on the surface of the coating will fall off as you turn it. If there is a large water motor to operate, then you will need to use a water pump. Also be careful to avoid sharp or pinched areas while pulling the cover from the pool.
Dirt that floats on the water is easier to remove than it is on the ground. Remove debris that floats on the surface, using a leaf rake and telephone. As the net fills up, place it in a trash can or plastic trash bag. Don’t throw your garbage in the yard or on the lawn because the debris will go right back into the pond once it dries. There isn’t any pattern to moving, but as you do, clean the tile line, which acts as a magnet for paper and dirt. The rubber-plastic mouth gasket and professional leaf rake will prevent cutting the tile. If there is dirt or general dirt on the surface of the water, quickly spray the tile cleaner along the length of the pool. The soap will spread the scum at the edge of the pool, making it easier and easier to remove.
Make the tiles first. Dirt falls off the tiles as they are cleaned and sinks to the bottom of the pool. If you need to remove stubborn spots and stones, the bone itself breaks as you clean, putting waste on the ground. Clean the tiles with tile cleaner and a tile brush. Apply a squirt of tile soap directly to the brush and start scrubbing. To remove stubborn oil stains, mix one part muriatic acid with five parts dish soap. When Rengøringsfirma tile, clean under the sink as well as above. Evaporation and filling can change the water mark. Do not use abrasive brushes or abrasives to clean tiles that can cause scratches.
If you add an inch or so of water to the pool every time you service it, you’ll probably continue to aerate. If you wait a few weeks until the level is several inches lower, it will take hours to fill. Do not leave the water to fill by it as it may take a long time and you may forget to turn it off. After the rain has passed, you will want to lower the pool level. In this case, use your submersible pump and a backwater line or a hollow point line for the pump. Alternatively, you can run the pool ad system and turn the valves to zero. If you use this method, remember to return the valves to normal circulation.
Check the equipment
Inspecting your equipment and maintaining your maintenance schedule is the best way to handle minor maintenance issues. Start with the media by following the water path. Clean the pool skimmer basket and dispose of the contents of the skimmer basket in your trash or trash bag.
Next, open the pump pump basket and clean it. Check the pressure of the filter. It is not worth checking it before cleaning the skimmer basket and strainer, because if they are full the filter will be low and will go back after cleaning the basket. If the pressure is high, the filter may need to be cleaned.
Now check the heater for leaves or debris.
Turn the light on and off a few times to make sure it’s working properly. When the heater is running, turn off the pump. The heater should shut off automatically when the pressure from the pump drops. This is an important security check. Now check the clock time for the time of day; settings for daily filtering; a setting for a cleaner’s watch. Always check the clock because travelers are prone to power changes or some activities that do not have a connection to the pool can also affect the clocks. Also, the electronic clock is not an accurate device. One may run faster than the other, so over the course of a few weeks, one may show a difference of an hour or more, upsetting your planned schedule.
After inspecting the equipment,
Look for holes or early signs of equipment failure. Clean the equipment area by removing paper from around the motor and heater to prevent fire, and remove debris that can prevent water from leaving the equipment during rain. If the pool is not dirty, clean the walls and floor, completely expelling the air.
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