Pool care entails a lot of little details. It's easy to forget one or two of them from time to time. Luckily, all pool maintenance mistakes are fixable.
Brushing is the best way to remove algae and bacteria build up on pool surfaces. But you'll need the right pool brush to get the job done.
Got algae? Need a workout? Grab a pole, flex those muscles, and learn how to vacuum your pool by hand to keep it healthy, clean, and swimmable.
Thinking it might be easier to just fill in your pool than care for it? Don't give up! Pool maintenance isn't painful if you learn a few basic techniques.
Need to drain your pool? Here's how to drain an above ground pool with either a garden hose siphon or a sump pump.
Not ready to dig up the back yard for an inground pool? Snap together an Intex pool, stock up on a few supplies, and be swimming before you know it!
Finding a thick film of pollen in your pool is no fun. Removing it isn't much fun either. But at least it's easy as long as you have the right tools.
Want to reduce the number of chemicals in your pool? Try creating your own natural pool cleaner with household products you probably already have on hand.