Three Ways to Store Inflatable Pool & Pool Floats
There’s no rocket science to storing inflatable pools and toys. The method is pretty simple. You have to be careful while deflating all parts. After deflating, roll and flatten each part of the pool. Don’t forget to label each part so you won’t find it difficult to assemble it next summer. But what to use for storing the pool and other cute little toys? We are going to share three storage methods
Storage Tote Boxes
Storage tote boxes are one of the great options to store your inflatable pool. Flatten all parts of your pool and keep them in the tote boxes. Make sure that all tote boxes are dry and well-sealed. Otherwise, moisture and any single open place can invite a lot of bacteria.
Additionally, it’s a good idea to keep one or two mothballs inside the box to make sure that pesticides don’t even come near the storage boxes. Keep these boxes out of children’s reach because you don’t want all of your summer equipment laying on the floor.
Large Trash Bin
A trash bin is another weird yet useful way to store your pool and other things. Use a trash bin as a huge storage bin. It’s not only convenient but saves space as well. Properly clean the bin first and then dry it out making sure that there’s not even a single drop of water. After, carefully place the flattened pool inside the bin and seal the lid tightly so no pest or insect enters inside. It’s recommended to use the new trash bin rather than using an old or abandoned trash bin. You don’t want your pool to smell foul and stinky.
Is your storeroom huge enough for keeping all of your summer items such as inflatable pools, other floaties, hoses, pumps, and many more? No? If so, then the storage unit can come in handy. You can easily place most of your summer items with no worries. All you need to do is rent a storage unit and place your tote boxes and storage bin in the unit. All of your pool and other items will stay safe the whole winter.