Why Are the Bubbles in the Solar Pool Cover Deflated?

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Wear and tear will cause the bubbles in the solar pool cover to become deflated. Also, leaving the cover on the hot cement deck will cause the bubbles to get super hot and pop. In addition, you should not put the cover on the pool directly after shocking the pool.
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Solar covers, also called solar blankets, increase a pool's temperature anywhere from 4 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit on sunny days. The covers also help keep water and pool chemicals from evaporating too quickly. Solar covers are sold at most pool stores.... More »
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