Tip of the Day: Deflate Pool Toys Hands-Free
Posted on : 16-07-2013 | By : georginesaves | In : Good Deals
If you and your kids have rafts and other blow up pool toys that you take with you back and forth to the pool,beach or lake,you know that it can be a task trying to deflate everything while keeping everyone in control. Take along a binder clip or 2.You can apply pressure to the inflatable’s valve thus pressing the air out. Both of your hands are now free to pack up the rest of your gear. This works for inflatable pools too.
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Pool n poop question2006-07-08 21:05:10 by rustingsea
I feel silly for asking this, but this is the first time it's happened and i don't know what i need to do. i had the little blow up pool out today and both my kids were playing nakid in it. all of a sudden i saw a little poop in it. ds pooped and didn't even flinch. so i immediately got them both out of the water. my question is, how diligent do i need to be about cleaning it? is it ok to just dump the water and rinse the toys, or do i need to disinfect everything (how?)?
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