Installations and How to Clean Your Pool Cover

We’ve been installing some great-looking pool covers recently, but our team have noticed this time of year they also can get a bit of dirt and debris build up. This is why we launched the Daisy Bio Pool Cover Cleaner last year.

The Bio Pool Cover Cleaner will help protect your pool all year round from dreaded bio-film building up on your pool surfaces, including your pool cover. The Bio Pool Cover Cleaner is perfect for pool covers and removes debris, oils, scale and dirt from the cover, and any build-up bio-film (on which algae grows) on your pool’s waterline, equipment or surface.

All you need to do is spray on and instantly scrub the pool cover using Daisy’s Aqua Fingers Pool Cover Cleaner or a pool broom.

Check out our recent installations below!

A Below Ground Box with a view!

Step areas are very common but are not trouble for a solar pool cover.

We always love an odd-shaped pool!

Curvy pools are a breeze for our installers.

A Power Under Bench Roller with Solar.

A triangular shaped pool, up high with a stunning view.

Pool Cover Mythbusters

We have seen many myths about pool covers throughout our many years in the industry. We thought we would start to tackle the newer ones that you may have heard each month.

Do I need to wait for the cover to ‘settle’ before trimming to size?
No, you don’t!

Installing a solar pool cover is as simple as laying the cover on the pool (bubble side down), sweep out the air bubbles and then trim to size. There is no need to wait a few days to let the cover ‘settle’ before trimming to size.

How to Trim Your Pool Cover to Size

Solar pool covers CAN naturalise (shrink) up to 1% in length only in the first few weeks, but they will not shrink in width. Installing a pool cover is a single visit job and will only require laying the cover down and trimming it.