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Winter Pool Blunders: A Hilarious Guide on What NOT to Do!

G'day, fellow Perth pool lovers! As the chilly winds start to blow, I thought I'd share some pearls of wisdom – or should I say, a collection of laughable blunders – about what NOT to do to your pool during winter. Trust me, I've seen it all in my cleaning business adventures! So grab a cuppa and let's dive into the amusing mishaps you should definitely avoid:



  1. The "Ignore It" Approach: Oh, the classic mistake! Ignoring your pool during winter is like pretending to nap during a movie – you're gonna miss out! Neglect leads to algae parties that even the neighbour's cat wouldn't RSVP to.

  2. The "Pool Picasso" Experiment: Winter's not an excuse to practice your chemistry skills on your pool. Dumping everything but the kitchen sink into it? Yeah, that's a hard pass. Your pool isn't a canvas, and those weird colours aren't the new chic.

  3. The "Leave Floaties" Legacy: Sure, those fallen leaves and twigs might look like modern art installations, but they're just floating junk in disguise. Let's keep the "natural aesthetic" for the parks, shall we?

  4. The "Empty It All" Fiasco: Oh, the joy of draining your pool for winter! Except, NOT. Doing that could result in your pool popping up like a surprise balloon when the groundwater rises. Oops, there goes your backyard water feature!

  5. The "Frozen Solid" Misadventure: So you thought your pool could double as a skating rink? Newsflash: it's not the next Winter Olympics venue. Your pool equipment isn't a fan of the cold either, so no chilly dips!


So, dear Perth pool pals, as winter approaches, let's not make these sidesplitting blunders. Keep your pool happy with a tad bit of care, a sprinkle of common sense, and a whole lot of laughter. And if all else fails, remember you've got your friendly neighbourhood cleaning business ready to rescue your pool from winter's wacky whims! Until next time, stay pool-tastically awesome!

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