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Relax more in a clean pool
Imagine you're relaxing in the pool and the dirty leaves, flies and hair float past your body into the water. Relaxation is immediately far away. Relaxation is much better when the pool is clean and well cared for. 
If you clean your pool regularly, it won't take much time! And know that when you are cleaning the pool, you enjoy it twice as much afterwards. 


Depth scoop versus blade scoop
To clean the pool, you need several cleaning tools. Detergents to clean the pool walls and lose the dirt, a vacuum cleaner to clean the bottom and scoops to scoop up the leaves and other debris. 
But there are different kinds of pool scoops, which scoop is the best to use and when to use it. 
There are two types of scoops. A deep scoop and a surface scoop (leaf scoop). Do you need to have all two types of scoops in the house? Yes, because they both have a different purpose. 
With a depth net, you can scoop up the leaves that are floating around in the bath itself. With the depth net, you can 'fish' deep into the water for debris in the pool water. 
With a leaf scoop, you can only scoop up the debris that floats on the surface. 
Because the blade scoop net is tightly stretched, it takes a lot of dirt with it from the surface. 

Are we going to sweep in the pool? 
A pool brush is ofcourse not just for sweeping... A pool brush scrubs the dirt from the walls and the ground. Afterwards it's easier to clean the pool with a pool vacuum cleaner. There are several pool brushes. The big advantage of the wall brushes with rounded sides is that you can also scrub in the corners of the pool.