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    May 2009
    Trenton NJ

    loop lock pool cover

    I opened my pool today and tomorrow i need to store my pool cover. How do clean these covers? I have a pressure washer, is there a specific detergent to clean them or do you just hose them off?
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    May 2009
    The Triangle, NC

    Re: loop lock pool cover


    We inherited our loop lock cover with no directions about it. While it is still on the pool, the cover gets blown off with a leaf blower, as does the deck surround, and then the removal begins. Once in a neat roll, we stand it up, it drips off for a day and we store it until autumn. It seems clean when we put it on for the winter. We didn't do anything special at all. Maybe we should have? Maybe someone else will stop by with some other ideas and reasons....

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    May 2007
    South Central NJ

    Re: loop lock pool cover

    Simply hosing it is usually sufficient to clean it off. Any pollen or dust won't hurt it. It's storage bag lets it breath and dry. Then put it in a large, clean trash can with a lid. This will keep out mice. Mice chew and chew. Expensive mice. Toters makes large trash cans, as large as 96 gallons with wheels. Stores pool stuff in the fall too. Lasts forever almost. Best $100 you'll spend. Home Depot and Lowes can get them if they aren't in stock.

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