We can all agree that nothing beats the labor-saving ease of having a robotic pool vacuum clean the pool. However, if you have cloudy water or an algae problem you should know how to use a manual pool vacuum. What’s the right way to use a pool vacuum? It turns out that manually vacuuming the pool isn’t so tricky, and you can get the job done and get back to enjoying the water in no time. Many people find the chore somewhat soothing and quite like the process. Fronheiser Pools has all your supplies for manually vacuuming your pool and the expert staff to answer all your questions.
What You Need to Vacuum the Pool Manually
- Vacuum hose. Make sure it is long enough to reach all the nooks and crannies of the pool.
- Telescopic pole. It should be long enough so you can reach all sides of the pool from the pool deck. The pole attaches to the vacuum head.
- Vacuum head. This is the business end of things. The vacuum hose and the telescopic pole attach to it. It has brushes that will scrub the floor of the pool as you vacuum up debris.
- Skim vac. This is a round plate that fits into the skimmer basket and makes the attachment of the vacuum hose more convenient.