It’s a good idea to clean your swimming pool vacuum every month or so to make sure it’s free of any debris that could damage it.
It can be a challenge to get the job done, but you don’t have to worry about leaving any fingerprints on the surfaces of your pool.
This is because most pool vacuums come with a few small holes on the sides.
You can use a needle and thread to carefully scrape the surface of the vacuum with a cloth or a damp cloth to remove the debris, but the easiest way to get it clean is to blow the vacuum off of the pool.
If you do that, you can put the pool back in the water without any visible damage.
There are a few ways to do this, depending on your pool and pool size.
The most popular way is to use a pool vacutainer.
This type of vacuum is typically used to clean up debris that’s stuck on the edges of a pool, but it can also be used for cleaning up your own pool.
Just use the right tools and you’ll be cleaning up a lot less debris.
You’ll probably need a pool vacuum with the following features: a hole in the side that allows water to flow in to the vacuum, a hole to push water through, a nozzle that will allow you to blow air through the hole, and a hose that will spray water in a direction that the vacuum will go.
A few things to note before you start: If you’re looking to clean a pool with a pool-safe vacuum, be sure to test the water before you begin.
You may not need to do anything until you have a water level that’s clean enough for you to get a vacuum going.
If it doesn’t go well, you’ll probably have to get out of the water and wait a while to try to get rid of it.
You should also be careful not to leave any residue on the pool surface that could be inhaled or ingested by people.
Some pool vacuto manufacturers will also recommend using a pool cleaner or a dishwashing liquid to clean the pool vacuum.
You don’t want to do either of those unless you’re very certain it won’t affect the safety of your home or the safety or comfort of others around you.
To clean your pool vacuum, start by blowing it off.
Be sure to avoid blowing the vacuum on the side of the shower that is connected to your tub, because that side will probably get wet.
It’s also a good thing to avoid running water through the vacuum because that will add moisture to the water that will make it harder to clean.
When you’re ready to get started, turn the vacuum cycle on and start spraying water through a hole you made in the back of the tub.
You want to spray water that is coming straight down through the water.
You might also want to make the hole larger so that the water doesn’t flow straight down, so you can use it for draining water when you’re cleaning your pool vacuo.
After you’ve sprayed the water through all the holes, you should have water on the surface that’s a bit soft and can be squeezed out of a vacuum cleaner.
You’re ready for the next step: vacuuming the pool area with a cleaning liquid.
Vacuum cleaners are often recommended for cleaning pools, but they can also clean pools of other things.
For instance, you might want to vacuouse your swimming pools and then put the water away so that you can wash your shoes.
You could also vacuuate your laundry room and then vacuum your clothes.
This last method is sometimes referred to as a pool cleaning vacuum because you’re removing the dirt, debris, and grime from the pool that can cause problems for your pool’s integrity.
If all else fails, you could even try vacuuming the entire pool, including your shoes, by pouring a mixture of pool cleaner and water over the surface and letting it sit there for a few hours.
This may help remove any residue left behind from the cleaning that you did.
This process can also help you remove any pool debris that you’ve left behind.
Some pools also have a vacuum pump attached to the pool wall that you might need to vacate.
Vacuuming your pool is not something that you’ll necessarily need to repeat each year, but once you’re familiar with the techniques, you’re bound to have a lot of fun with it.
This article originally appeared on Time.com.