The solar pool cover looks like a very thick bubble wrap. Good quality sun blankets are made durable and there is very little that can go wrong with them. But there are a number of things that must be done to ensure you get the most out of your swimming pool.
Always keep the chlorine content of pond water within an acceptable range
While very little can be wrong with a solar blanket, one situation that will shorten its life is excessive chlorine levels in pool water. When this happens for a long period of time, it causes a condition where the bubbles on the blanket are milky white and become brittle and peeled and their useful life effectively ends. Type the query Electric Pool Covers and Automatic Pool Covers – Auto Pool Reel to get high-quality pool covers.
Avoiding this condition is very easy and will automatically happen if you follow a normal swimming pool maintenance routine. In general, most pool maintenance professionals advise pool owners to have their pool water tested regularly, approximately every four to six weeks. By doing this, and with the correct advice that follows this test, the owner can maintain the correct concentration of chlorine in water only by maintaining pond balance.
Due to the fact that the solar blanket will slow down the loss of chemicals experienced by the pool through evaporation, it is further recommended that after the solar blanket is installed, the first water test should be in about one week after installing the blanket. By doing this along with normal water testing the problem of too much chlorine attacking the solar blanket will be eliminated.