How to Vacuum An Inground Swimming Pool?

Inground Swimming Pool

Vacuuming your in ground swimming pool should be done as often as possible. In general, once a week is adequate. Many pool owners enjoy vacuuming on a nice sunny summer morning. In this article I am going to tell you how you can vacuum your inground swimming pool to enjoy clean and hygienic water. Please leave me a comment and share your experiences of cleaning/vacuuming your swimming pool with us.

How to Vacuum An Inground Swimming Pool?

  1. Remove floating debris from the pool by using pool net. Wipe clean the pool steps by using the pool brush. Turn the pump lever to “Filter.”
  2. On the vacuum head attach hose with the help of connectors present on it. These connectors on the vacuum head help you push hose into and lock it in its place.
  3. On the vacuum head connection slot position the extension pole. Place the vacuum head in the water, flat on the bottom of the pool
  4. Over the skimmer basket walk the other end of the hose. Take away the cover from skimmer.
  5. On the end of the hose place the skimmer plate and immerse it into the water.
  6. Leave the hose so as it can be filled with water. While vacuuming the pool this filled water will prevent air pockets.
  7. As soon as the hose is filled with water cover the end of the hose using your hand and immediately place the skimmer plate and hose on top of the skimmer basket.
  8. While vacuuming the pool, move slowly so that there is enough time for vacuum to suck all of the debris. Always start from the shallow end and go to the deep end.
  9. When you are done with the works always remove the skimmer plate from the skimmer basket. Make sure you clean the skimmer basket. Now turn the pump lever back to “Auto.”

Jake Dickson is the author and the founder of eHome Improvement Directory. I love to do “Do-it-Yourself Projects” with my lovely wife and kids. In my day time I work in a locksmith company in Broward County, FL that’s offer residential, commercial and automotive locksmith services in Broward County, FL. When you need a Lauderdale Lakes locksmith, West Park locksmith or Oakland Park locksmith call us and we will come! 🙂

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