Do the Bubbles Go up or down on a Solar Cover?

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The bubbles on a solar cover go down into the water. The solar cover can warm your water 10-15 degrees, possibly will reduce the cost of warming it. The water of your pool will warm earlier in the season and stay warmer longer.
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The bubbles go face down on the solar cover because when the sun hits the smooth side if the cover it warms the bubbles up on the other side & the bubbles on the solar cover holds
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Bubbles should be on the underside, these provide airspace for the water.
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You asked a great question! When installing your solar blanket you want to make sure the bubble side is down.
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