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Thread: how do you store your swimming pool?

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    Super Member Peckish's Avatar
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    This summer, we were given a 12' by 20' pool, the kind with the ring you inflate with air, then fill with water. We're in the process of taking it down and are unsure how/where to store it. Any suggestions?

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    I always made sure it was dry before we stored ours. We rolled in up and stored it in a outdoor shed. Just make sure chipmunks can not get in there. (Don't ask me how I know.)

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    Veeery carefully... :lol:

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    totally dry after coating with bleach...rolled up tightly, wrapped in a tarp stored in attic away from mice and squirrels..our last one survived 5 years..this the bottom wore through so we had to get a new one..my Dh even built me a deck to get up and into the pool..much better than that ladder!

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    at the ex's!

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    we place ours in a very large trash bin with wheels bought specifically for this. our last pool was chewed up by rats in the barn. this one has made it thru several offseasons stored this way!!!

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