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An inflatable swimming pool is a collapsible mobile pool that you set up when needed and store when not in use. It comes in different shapes and sizes. There are small inflatable pools for little kids and large inflatable pools for a whole family. Some come in circular shapes, and others in rectangular shapes. A blow up pool is best for families with toddlers as it is safer than built-in pools with depth. Some inflatable pools for adults have anti-UV protection and are thick enough to hold any extra weight. Inflatable pools for kids typically come with fun items like sprinklers, inflatable basketball and hoops, and inflatable slides. Some also come with sunshades to protect your kids from direct sunlight. While inflatable swimming pools for kids are safe, you should always ensure that the kids don’t use them unsupervised. You can also get floaties for infants to make it safer. You can also get a deep inflatable pool if it’s strictly for adults. An inflatable swimming pool typically comes with a filter pump, foot pump, chemicals for the filter, and a repair kit. The repair kit is for when the pool has an accidental puncture. Some inflate pools are filled with air, while others are filled with water.

How Do You Use an Inflatable Swimming Pool?

You can use an inflatable swimming pool by blowing up air in it using a pump, air blower, air compressor, or shop vac. The easiest way to do it is with an electric pump, but you can also use the pump that comes with the pool. All you have to do is unwrap, pump air in it, and fill it with water. You can load an inflate pool with water by simply using a water pump until it's filled to a good enough level. It is recommended that you don’t fill it up to the brim to avoid spillage. Some inflatable swimming pools have vinyl ground clothes that fit around them to reduce the amount of dirt and grass tracked into the pool. You can drain your inflate pool by pulling the drain plug at the pool's bottom. Some blow up pool drain plugs have valves connected to a garden hose, allowing water to drain elsewhere rather than puddle underneath the pool.

How Long Can You Keep Water in an Inflatable Swimming Pool?

You can keep water in an inflatable swimming pool for two weeks if it has chlorine. However, if it's chlorine-free, you should change the water every 24 to 48 hours, as this is the time it takes for stagnant water to remain healthy.

Is It Worth Buying an Inflatable Swimming Pool?

An inflatable pool is worth buying if you have the storage, space, and time to maintain it. It is easy to set up, store, and maintain. Also, you don’t have to worry about maintenance during cold weather, as you can just store it during that period and bring it back out when the weather is warm.