Grandma Creates Pool Cleaning Hack That Goes Viral

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Grandma Creates Pool Cleaning Hack That Goes Viral Summer is a wonderful time of year to be outside an...
Grandma Creates Pool Cleaning Hack That Goes Viral Summer is a wonderful time of year to be outside and enjoy the warm weather. All through the long, cold winter, it’s always nice to know you can count on shorts, sandals, BBQ’s, swimming and so much more is just around the corner. Summer is especially great for those who own a swimming pool. There’s nothing better than on a really hot day running and jumping into a nice cool refreshing pool. As a kid, we used to love to play games like Marco Polo or use our swim noodles and basically spend the whole day in the pool. It truly was the best part of summer being with all our friends enjoying the outdoors. For adults, a swimming pool can also be a source of extra work and stress throughout the summer season. We all have seen pools that have a neon green tint or is covered top to bottom in leaves and bugs. This does not make for the most appealing swimming environment and usually means it’s time to address the sweaty task of cleaning the pool and completing general maintenance. Luckily thanks to some very clever people who shared some very cool pool cleaning tricks, we are here to help. What many pool owners out there may not know is there are some very neat shortcuts that can help you take less time to clean and more time to enjoy. And most of these tricks can be found at your local grocery store. You wo not believe how easily some of these things can help keep your pool sparkling for the whole summer. 1. Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser Does More Than Clean Your House. You may have used one of these little sponges on a bathtub, bathroom or kitchen. If you have, you know how amazing they work at removing pretty much every kind of dirt and scum out there. There’s a good reason they are called “Magic Erasers” and the surprise is they not only work in the house but in your pool as well. Put one of these little guys in your pool’s skimmer bucket and watch the magic happen. Lisa Pack said she spends 45 mins a week every year