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By IssacB - / Friday 17 July 2015 17:56 / United States
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By  dedicated1776  |  11

You can't leave a pool alone for 3 weeks but a cover wouldn't help much (at least in FL in the summer. ..) and draining it is unnecessary. You just needed a pool service a couple times while you were gone. Gave you a YDI because duh.

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  Mauskau  |  34

Pool covers don't stop everything from getting in. Also if the pump isn't on the water becomes stagnant which results in algae and any small bugs that have gotten in will start to breed. Also, we have a pool cover that the wind has blown off and across the garden several times. The wind was strong enough to blow a metal chair across the garden and into the pool, and we don't get anything close to a hurricane in the UK. Pools are constant maintenance and so much hassle...

By  xoxoblondee  |  29

You could study it like a gross pool scientist.

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  proudsock  |  17

Um that's a lot of water wasted draining it just to come home, have to refill it, readd all the necessary chemicals, and wait for it to heat back up (assuming they have a heater for their pool. some don't)

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  cupcakebruh  |  21

#19, "some don't"? I think its more the other way around. It costs A LOT of money to get your pool heated. I know a lot of people with pools but only one with a heated pool, and she spent a few thousand for it.

By  dedicated1776  |  11

You can't leave a pool alone for 3 weeks but a cover wouldn't help much (at least in FL in the summer. ..) and draining it is unnecessary. You just needed a pool service a couple times while you were gone. Gave you a YDI because duh.

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