Fallen bubbles | Daisy Pool Covers

Fallen bubbles

A fallen bubble has had the flat side of the bubble layer of material fall into the bubble-shaped lower film when in a semi-molten state during manufacture. These fallen bubbles are not uncommon in all types of ‘sealed air’ bubble products – including our pool covers. We accept a tolerance level of two fallen bubbles per square metre as within the manufacturer’s guidelines. A fallen bubble cell, whilst not cosmetically uniform to the rest of the cover, is not a weak spot (in fact as a double layer of film it is stronger), and it will not affect the warranty, life or performance of the pool cover in any way.

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An awesome quality cover

Hi, I thought you might like some feedback on your pool covers! Our 400 micron Daisy is 7 years old and was going pretty strong – I honestly think it had one or maybe 2 years still left in it – that was until is was shredded in a very bad hail storm recently. The hail was larger than golf ball size and many rooves in our area were smashed so we are not surprised it was damaged. It was always kept on the pool unless we were swimming and it’s on a roller that is covered from the sun. Yes it was getting a bit brittle but in general for 7 years we have to say it was an awesome quality cover. Thanks Daisy! Let’s hope the new generation of pool covers are even better. Cheers


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