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How Does a Pool Cleaner Works?

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Performing a regular pool cleaning is a must because your pool is not always clean. You may hire a cleaning service to do the cleaning, but some of the people prefer to clean their pool alone using a special pool cleaner. Perhaps, this is your first time to choose a pool cleaner and you have no idea how it actually works. Therefore, through this article, I would like to share with you how a pool cleaner works.

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How Does a Pool Cleaner Works?

First of all, you need to know what kind of pool vacuum cleaner you use now. There are three types of pool cleaners such as robotic pool cleaners, suction side pool cleaners, and pressure side pool cleaner. But, the most popular one is the robotic pool vacuum cleaner which is portable and easy to operate. How does robotic pool vacuum work?

Robotic pool vacuum cleaner actually works similarly to a conventional vacuum cleaner that is used for house floor cleaning. This robot has a duty to suck all debris and dirt in the pool floor and the water.

Firstly, you need to prepare a power socket to plug the cable from the pool cleaner. Then, you just turn on the robotic pool vacuum before starting.

Secondly, you have to drown or put the machine into the water until it reaches the pool floor. Besides, you also do not need to worry because this pool vacuum has a long tangle-free cable to explore the pool floor.

Thirdly, some of the robotic pool vacuums provide remote controls. If you have one, then you can use the remote control to steer the machine. If it does not have one, then you just watch the machine work.

Fourthly, the machine is now under the water and it will move slowly to explore the floor. All of the debris and dirt will be sucked into the filter bag through a hole underneath the machine. The filter bag capacity depends on the model of pool vacuum you buy. This machine also has wheels and brushes under the machine. The wheels will spin slowly to move the robot while the brushes will clean sticky dirt on the pool floor and then suck it into the filter bag.

Fifthly, you only need to wait for a few minutes up to one hour until the machine is done the job. Some pool vacuum cleaners will automatically shut off when it is done. Once it is done, you can take the machine and remove the cartridge filter and then clean it up. If you think that the pool is still dirty, then you can repeat the cleaning and put the filter back.

Well, it is really simple and easy to operate robotic pool vacuum cleaner which is suitable for a residential pool. Some of the pool vacuums also have advanced features to ensure that the pool is totally cleaning and reach some difficult spots such as under the stairs and the pool corners. Most of the pool vacuums can also clean the pool wall so your pool will look clean and free from algae.

How Does a Pool Cleaner Works – Video Tutorial:

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