Do it by hand, its quicker, cheaper and does a better job imo. In 20 years of owning a pool, I've had all of them that were like $500 or less.Any deals on robots
With a cage you should only see very little amount of debris in the pool, mostly on windy days .Since I have the pool cage, I may have better luck with a robo vac.
Are you on well or city water? Or are you going to get it trucked in?Variable speed pump and salt water chlorine generator installed. So new, so pretty. Now I just need water. LOL
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That’s not to warm especially for Florida?Our temps are rising and the sun is out longer with the roof solar heating, pool is averaging a 90*-92* temps, which is great!
I used to have a shop vac you could hook a hose up too and it would drain water out as you filled it one of those would be perfect for cleaning a poolCan’t get a leaf vac guy appointment scheduled because the guy is booked solid for the next two months so going to try to rig up the shop vac and see what happens.
just warm enough but still cool to enjoy and cool down.That’s not to warm especially for Florida?
I have a 120V pump made by rigid that attaches to the drain of the shop vac and I can pump the shit water away where I don’t have to smell it. I have some disposable wet dry bags that fill the whole canister to catch the debris so I am hoping this will get the majority of the acorns and shit off the bottom. I’ll post some pics of the whole contraption this weekend when I set it up.I used to have a shop vac you could hook a hose up too and it would drain water out as you filled it one of those would be perfect for cleaning a pool
Sounds about right for down here.My pool screens guy finally responded and said he hurt his back and will show up when he feels better. Probably sitting in a bar near the beach. At least I haven't paid him anything yet.