How to Keep Your Inflatable Pool from Killing the Grass Underneath

The summer months welcome sunshine, ice cream, and swimming in the pool, which means families all over the world will be blowing up inflatable pool.

When summer ends, and you let the air out, you may be surprised to see a spot of dead grass where your pool once sat during all that summer fun. 

The best way to protect your grass from your inflatable pool is to drain it and put it away every day, and then place it in a different location the next day.

The most effective way to maintain the health of your lawn is to realistically move the pool to different locations every twelve to 24 hours.

Placing a tarp under the inflatable pool can help to protect the grass underneath.

If you cannot move your pool every 12 to 24 hours, you will probably have damaged grass by the end of the season.

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