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How to Store Your Inflatable Pool Floats?

How to Store Your Inflatable Pool Floats?

As the season of long, sun-soaked days by the pool winds down, it's essential to ensure your enjoyment of summer extends with your favorite Pool Floats, Toys, and Inflatables. Proper care of your inflatables is key as summer comes to a close.

Here are 3 Simple Steps to safeguard your Inflatables after used:

Deflate

Step 1. Deflate

With the cooling temperatures, it's time to pack away your tube, lie-on, noodle floats, and pool toys. Start by deflating them. You can use an electric air pump in reverse or gently insert a thin straw into the valve overnight to let the air escape gradually. Alternatively, turn it into a fun game for the kids by having them pinch the valve while the air escapes‚ÄĒthe longest pinch wins!

 

Clean

Step 2. Clean

Now it's cleaning time. Rinse your floats with fresh water to remove any debris. For water stains, a solution of white vinegar can be used for spot cleaning. Let them air dry completely before proceeding to the next step.

 

Fold and Store

Step 3. Fold & Store

Once dry, fold or roll up your floats and store them in a dry place away from direct sunlight. It's best to keep them indoors, perhaps in a garage or spare room, allowing them to hibernate for the winter until they're ready to make a splash next summer!

 

In conclusion, maintaining your inflatable pool floats is essential for ensuring they last for many summers to come. By following the simple steps outlined above, you can keep your inflatables in top condition during the cooler months, ready to bring joy and relaxation when the warmer weather returns.

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