What is an Inflatable Pool?
Inflatable pools are types of pools that can be used by babies, children and adults, made of plastic material that can be used in terraces and gardens and can be made ready by filling it with air. Before inflatable pools are used, they are made ready by inflating them with a pool inflator pump. It is then filled with water. Inflatable pools, which are generally preferred by people who do not have the opportunity to have a pool in their gardens or who do not have enough space for a pool, are pool models that are both less costly and take up space only during use.
Plastic inflatable pools are produced in square, rectangular and round shapes. Inflatable swimming pool types can be made more fun for babies and children. Inflatable pools can be transformed into pools where you can have a pleasant time thanks to equipment such as pool slide, water cannon, water gun.
Advantages of an inflatable pool:
Disadvantages of an inflatable pool:
There are various alternatives for inflating inflatable pools. Pools can be inflated and deflated again with the help of an electric pool pump, hand pump, foot pump and compressor. Before inflating inflatable pools, make sure that there are no piercing and cutting tools on the ground where the pool will be installed. The selected inflation tool should be connected to the pool and the pool should be inflated until it takes the mold form. The inflation process of large inflatable pools takes longer than small inflatable pools. Electric pump types can be preferred according to the size of the pool size.
Inflatable pool maintenance and cleaning is extremely important, just like the maintenance of concrete pools. For pool maintenance, first of all, the pool water should be drained by opening the water valve located mostly at the bottom of the inflatable pools. The pool walls and floor should be cleaned with soapy water. After rinsing, the pool is left to dry under the sun. If the pool type is suitable for the use of pool chemicals, chlorine and disinfectant substances should be added by measuring the pH value of the pool after the pool is filled with clean water after drying.
Various pool chemicals are used in the cleaning of inflatable pools according to the pool model. While some inflatable pools are only suitable for cleaning with soap, some inflatable pools are suitable for the use of pool filters and cleaning chemicals. Among the cleaning materials that can be used; soap, chlorine, disinfectants, liquid flocculants and pH lowering agents are available. It is very important to adjust all cleaning materials according to the pH and chlorine balance of the pool and add them to the pool water.
If the maintenance instructions of the inflatable pool include the article 'suitable for the use of chemicals and chlorine', chlorine can be used in the cleaning of the inflatable pool. Depending on the types, brand and model of inflatable pools, there are also types that can only be cleaned with water and soap. For this reason, it can be understood whether the relevant pool is suitable for chlorine use by examining the user manual.
The water of inflatable pools used especially in spring and summer periods should be changed every other day. Since the pool water cannot be renewed through a system, germs and bacteria can spread and cause problems that threaten human health. Both baby and child inflatable pools and adult inflatable pools should be refreshed every day, and the pool itself should be cleaned at the end of the day.
Inflatable pools can be more fun and enjoyable with accessories added later. Among these accessories; slide, water cannon, water gun, baby and children's buoyancy bagels, pool bed, floating lighted pool balls, pool seat, etc.