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    Supply storage/organization

    I bought some shelves from Sam's Club for like $40 and put them together last night. Along with a few other items, I now have my pool area organized and I love it!! Just wanted to share a few things that may help someone...

    Here are some pics of the things I bought and how I use them.
    Bought to store noodles!! WAY cheaper than the brass ones and I think more secure than the PVC ones


    Shelves, shipping was only around $6 each. You don't have to use all 5 shelves, as you can see from future pics. They are heavy plastic and the shelving has holes for water drainage.




    Here I only used 2 shelves, one to hold them away from the ground, and another to rest on. I needed it lower to the ground so the kids can get to them, but you can configure it any way you like! I used two sets of legs on top to balance out the larger floats...so I have 3 shelves unused and one set of legs. I'm going to see if I can order a few sets of legs separately and use that "extra" set of 3 shelves in our garage!
    Now just to get this landscaping mess fixed!!! Lol


    22' x 52" Intex UltraFrame ABG, 10,500 gallons
    using TF-100 test kit
    Krystal Klear 633T Filter Type B pump - 2,500 GPH
    Intex wall-mount surface skimmer

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    Re: Supply storage/organization

    Oops, forgot these two items!


    I just skip the corner of the top shelf up and slide the loop off to use the hose, then slide back on when I'm done. So I don't put anything on the top shelf and may actually remove it anyway...


    Use this tied around a leg of the shelf and store my brushes, net, vacuum head, etc


    22' x 52" Intex UltraFrame ABG, 10,500 gallons
    using TF-100 test kit
    Krystal Klear 633T Filter Type B pump - 2,500 GPH
    Intex wall-mount surface skimmer

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    Re: Supply storage/organization

    Nice organizing tips, thanks! Love the idea of using the extra legs to hold the bigger floats!
    Intex Ultra 9'x18' AG, 2800 Gph .75hp pump, 77# sand filter, Intex ECO SWG, Hayward wide mouth skimmer, KK Lil Shark vacuum, Intex magnetic light, TF-100 w/ SpeedStir

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    Re: Supply storage/organization

    to many chemicals!!!!!! and I wouldn't keep the them outside, IMO
    16 'x 48" Metal Frame Intex 5065 gallons, 14 Inch sand filter,Hayward Skimmer SP1091LX Dynaskim, Test Kit TF-100

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    Re: Supply storage/organization

    What a neat idea for the pool noodles! Thanks for the tips!
    27' round Seaspray Evolution, Hayward pump and sand filter. BBB since 2011

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    Re: Supply storage/organization

    The only chemicals are a few bottles of bleach and a small bottle of Algecide. The buckets are labeled with ounces and measurements for me to measure in the chemicals. I keep my stabilizer, muriatic acid, and baking soda in the garage.


    22' x 52" Intex UltraFrame ABG, 10,500 gallons
    using TF-100 test kit
    Krystal Klear 633T Filter Type B pump - 2,500 GPH
    Intex wall-mount surface skimmer

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    Re: Supply storage/organization

    The buckets are empty, only used to measure.


    22' x 52" Intex UltraFrame ABG, 10,500 gallons
    using TF-100 test kit
    Krystal Klear 633T Filter Type B pump - 2,500 GPH
    Intex wall-mount surface skimmer

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