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Thread: Folding and storing Loop Loc cover

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    Folding and storing Loop Loc cover

    Hello
    Tomorrow I will attempt to fold my loop loc cover that was taken off by the workers and thrown in the corner of my property. I will have to hose it off first. Any ideas as to the easiest way to fold it so it fits in the bag would be great. Do the spring mechanisms stay on or do I take them off? I have a 18' by 40.5' by 8' pool so I was thinking of folding over the 8' section onto the main part of the cover (this part of the cover has the corner missing, look at picture), as well as the small swim out section.
    I would like to place it in the shed but will use the garage if need be

    Thanks in advance for the help



    Over the winter we only had rebar holding it down as the patio wasn't installed yet. This fall the anchors will be set in after it goes back to Loop Loc to be redone to accommodate the raised patio by the water feature.
    Tom

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    Re: Folding and storing Loop Loc cover

    Yes, fold the extensions of the cover to make it as "square-ish" as possible then you and a friend fan fold the cover section by section. If after fan folding the cover is wider than the length of the storage bag, fold the cover in half then roll tightly. Store off the ground by hanging or in a large storage container.
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