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Enjoys hours of outdoor fun with the Intex Prism Frame Pool. Durable, easy to assemble and features all the benefits of a metal frame pool. They are enhanced with strong powder-coated steel tubing and a stylish and upscale looking liner colour.


Inspired by Intex, top-of-the-line Ultra Frame pool. The New Prism Frame pool offers many benefits with a more affordable price. The unique cool blue/gray colour with white trim provides a fresh look to compliment modern backyard patio decor and furniture.

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I love photoshop
Intex Debris / Weather Cover for 12ft Frame Pools #28031 amazon.co.uk/dp/…MSH Answered my own question.
Tyler.Durden05/07/2019 03:54

Can you please recommend a kit and guide for getting this right?


A floating chemical dispenser and some chlorine tablets. Make sure you get a pool net and use that to take any leafs, grass or other debris out daily when used. This also means that when not in use, you can turn the pump off. When not in use, use a pool cover to prevent anything contaminating the water. I fount that the covers act as a water heater too so be careful letting children as soon as the cover is removed (give the water a stir to even out the heat).Plenty of cheap enough test kits out there but look for one that also measures PH levels too. I found that two small tablets to be places inside the pump as a boost with one inside the floating device works well for me. This will depend on several conditions such as temperature, how often the pool is in use and how well you clean the water. Lastly, remember to take the floating dispencer out of the water when the pool is in use.
PAULTRD04/07/2019 22:00

Jesus christ.. DO NOT get this without a pump and some chlorine treatment.



We just pour the water away and fill up from the hot tap - bliss.
Edited by: "m1chaels" 4th Jul
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Can you get covers for these?
Intex Debris / Weather Cover for 12ft Frame Pools #28031 amazon.co.uk/dp/…MSH Answered my own question.
Tyler.Durden04/07/2019 19:37

Intex Debris / Weather Cover for 12ft Frame Pools #28031 …Intex Debris / Weather Cover for 12ft Frame Pools #28031 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0055CIC26/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_VDKhDbF5GJMSH Answered my own question.


Thanks dude - grabbed too
deanpullen04/07/2019 21:49

Thanks dude - grabbed too


I haven't ordered one the reviews didn't fill me with confidence.
Jesus christ.. DO NOT get this without a pump and some chlorine treatment.
Hi,I got a 8ft pool the other day with out a pump ,was a really bad idea ,as cleaning it out is a pain in the behind! Definitely make sure you have a pump and chemicals.
PAULTRD04/07/2019 22:00

Jesus christ.. DO NOT get this without a pump and some chlorine treatment.



We just pour the water away and fill up from the hot tap - bliss.
Edited by: "m1chaels" 4th Jul
m1chaels04/07/2019 23:07

We just pour the water away and fill up from the hot tap - bliss.


Hows the gas bill?
PAULTRD04/07/2019 22:00

Jesus christ.. DO NOT get this without a pump and some chlorine treatment.


Can you please recommend a kit and guide for getting this right?
Don’t bother unless you have a hi flow pump the chemicals won’t work properly and they take ages to get right then occasionally you have to shock it so you can’t use it for a week honestly for the weather we have it’s just not worth it , get a smaller one and fill / empty every few days .
I love photoshop
Whats this for precious? collecting rain water?
Tyler.Durden05/07/2019 03:54

Can you please recommend a kit and guide for getting this right?


A floating chemical dispenser and some chlorine tablets. Make sure you get a pool net and use that to take any leafs, grass or other debris out daily when used. This also means that when not in use, you can turn the pump off. When not in use, use a pool cover to prevent anything contaminating the water. I fount that the covers act as a water heater too so be careful letting children as soon as the cover is removed (give the water a stir to even out the heat).Plenty of cheap enough test kits out there but look for one that also measures PH levels too. I found that two small tablets to be places inside the pump as a boost with one inside the floating device works well for me. This will depend on several conditions such as temperature, how often the pool is in use and how well you clean the water. Lastly, remember to take the floating dispencer out of the water when the pool is in use.
I just use value thin bleach in mine as a chemical treatment. It’s around 30p for a 2 litre bottle from ASDA. I empty a full bottle into the pool every morning. This normally keeps the chlorine level around 1 to 2 ppm. My pool is bigger than this one though at around 14ft dia.
PAULTRD04/07/2019 22:00

Jesus christ.. DO NOT get this without a pump and some chlorine treatment.


Why?
Jello bikini wrestling
Edited by: "TheAngryMob" 5th Jul
Photoshop special, if that's a 12 foot pool then that guy is 4 foot tall
ashman3305/07/2019 07:23

I love photoshop


Unfortunately, the seller loves Microsoft Paint.
m1chaels04/07/2019 23:07

We just pour the water away and fill up from the hot tap - bliss.


This guy has the right idea. Cleaning chemicals are bad for the environment so it's much more eco friendly to pour the water out and fill up from the hot tap.
OoEliteoO05/07/2019 06:33

Don’t bother unless you have a hi flow pump the chemicals won’t work pro …Don’t bother unless you have a hi flow pump the chemicals won’t work properly and they take ages to get right then occasionally you have to shock it so you can’t use it for a week honestly for the weather we have it’s just not worth it , get a smaller one and fill / empty every few days .


The shock treatment should only close your pool down for 12 hours tops if you're doing it right. I run a business using 32ft long versions of these pools and even for that volume we've never had to leave it longer than that and the water tests perfectly afterwards
PAULTRD05/07/2019 07:55

A floating chemical dispenser and some chlorine tablets. Make sure you get …A floating chemical dispenser and some chlorine tablets. Make sure you get a pool net and use that to take any leafs, grass or other debris out daily when used. This also means that when not in use, you can turn the pump off. When not in use, use a pool cover to prevent anything contaminating the water. I fount that the covers act as a water heater too so be careful letting children as soon as the cover is removed (give the water a stir to even out the heat).Plenty of cheap enough test kits out there but look for one that also measures PH levels too. I found that two small tablets to be places inside the pump as a boost with one inside the floating device works well for me. This will depend on several conditions such as temperature, how often the pool is in use and how well you clean the water. Lastly, remember to take the floating dispencer out of the water when the pool is in use.


Turning the pump off when not in use is terrible advice. The pump should run when not in use, and be turned off when the pool is in use. The constant use of the pump helps to circulate chemicals around the pool, whilst also helps eliminate dead areas where algae and bacteria can grow. I turn it off when in use to eliminate the presence of electricity around the pool. The risk of electric shock is tiny, but belts and braces for me where my kids safety is concerned.
Edited by: "RuudBullit" 5th Jul
Don't do it! It's landfill.....
That picture makes it look like it's 12 metres across 🤪
In London, that pool is the same size as a 1 bedroom studio flat.
RuudBullit05/07/2019 10:32

Turning the pump off when not in use is terrible advice. The pump should …Turning the pump off when not in use is terrible advice. The pump should run when not in use, and be turned off when the pool is in use. The constant use of the pump helps to circulate chemicals around the pool, whilst also helps eliminate dead areas where algae and bacteria can grow. I turn it off when in use to eliminate the presence of electricity around the pool. The risk of electric shock is tiny, but belts and braces for me where my kids safety is concerned.


Saving the planet one day at a time.. I assume your children don't go to public swimming baths just in case they get electrocuted since their water pumps are on? If you are using a net and cleaning debris out every day, you are foolish to run it for any longer than 2-3 hours.
Edited by: "PAULTRD" 5th Jul
Water included? 😋
edanfalls05/07/2019 10:29

This guy has the right idea. Cleaning chemicals are bad for the …This guy has the right idea. Cleaning chemicals are bad for the environment so it's much more eco friendly to pour the water out and fill up from the hot tap.


But wasting loads of water isn't bad for the environment?
PAULTRD05/07/2019 10:59

Saving the planet one day at a time.. I assume your children don't go to …Saving the planet one day at a time.. I assume your children don't go to public swimming baths just in case they get electrocuted since their water pumps are on? If you are using a net and cleaning debris out every day, you are foolish to run it for any longer than 2-3 hours.



I did say that the risk of electric shock is tiny, but, with the pump being beside the pool I feel it's prudent to remove the risk, as it's at no detriment to the pool for short periods. As you have chosen to mention the public pools, how long do you think they run their pumps for? I'll give you a clue, it isn't 2 to 3 hours a day. Good water circulation and good water quality are related.
RuudBullit05/07/2019 11:44

I did say that the risk of electric shock is tiny, but, with the pump …I did say that the risk of electric shock is tiny, but, with the pump being beside the pool I feel it's prudent to remove the risk, as it's at no detriment to the pool for short periods. As you have chosen to mention the public pools, how long do you think they run their pumps for? I'll give you a clue, it isn't 2 to 3 hours a day. Good water circulation and good water quality are related.


Pumps are turned off during closing times. No need to guess. This is a 12ft pool and does not have hundreds if not thousands of people in it on a daily bases. Its 3 foot deep It's pointless running the pump for so long if you are using a floating device. I'd agree if you were putting the tablets inside the filter unit. The whole point of the chlorine test kit is to see what your levels are like. My fathers indoor pool is only run for max 8 hours a day.
OoEliteoO05/07/2019 06:33

Don’t bother unless you have a hi flow pump the chemicals won’t work pro …Don’t bother unless you have a hi flow pump the chemicals won’t work properly and they take ages to get right then occasionally you have to shock it so you can’t use it for a week honestly for the weather we have it’s just not worth it , get a smaller one and fill / empty every few days .


This is the 4th year ours has been up - we put it up in May and down in September and unless it's raining the kids are in it most days. Honestly one of our best purchases since having kids!
As you say, you do need a slightly larger pump than generally provided (we upgraded to a 530g/hr pump) and very rarely have to mess with chemical levels - we were away for 3 weeks last summer and we had to sort it when we got home but that's only problem we've had.
If we had to empty and refill every couple of days the kids would never get the chance to swim.
PAULTRD05/07/2019 10:58

It will go green. Unless you plan to empty and refill often.


How long can you use it for before that happens?
ianwynneuk05/07/2019 12:13

How long can you use it for before that happens?


Depends on how often its used and how clean the water has been kept. Porbably a few weeks before you notice the bottom of the pool is slimy at best.
The poor photoshopped images always put me off these, why on earth do they do it lol
PAULTRD05/07/2019 11:54

Pumps are turned off during closing times. No need to guess. This is a …Pumps are turned off during closing times. No need to guess. This is a 12ft pool and does not have hundreds if not thousands of people in it on a daily bases. Its 3 foot deep It's pointless running the pump for so long if you are using a floating device. I'd agree if you were putting the tablets inside the filter unit. The whole point of the chlorine test kit is to see what your levels are like. My fathers indoor pool is only run for max 8 hours a day.



I maintain a pool. Ours stays on 24/7. 24/7 probably isn't necessary but calculating the turnover rates is something most people probably don't want to get into. 2 full turnovers per day would be good practice in my opinion to maintain good water quality. A 12ft pool holds about 6500 litres of water, give or take. So you need to be pumping 13000 litres of water a day for good circulation. The pumps that bestway send with their 12ft pools handle 2000 litres per hour. So thats 6.5 hours running time per day in any 24 hour period. So you could set it to run for that amount of time overnight, but this is a minimum, and you also need to consider that things grow in your pool a lot quicker during daylight hours, especially if it's hot and sunny. Why people would want to risk health to save a few pennies is beyond me.
PAULTRD05/07/2019 12:15

Depends on how often its used and how clean the water has been kept. …Depends on how often its used and how clean the water has been kept. Porbably a few weeks before you notice the bottom of the pool is slimy at best.


That’s cool - empty ours once a week so should be easily fine. It’s used as a big paddling pool really
RuudBullit05/07/2019 12:23

I maintain a pool. Ours stays on 24/7. 24/7 probably isn't necessary but …I maintain a pool. Ours stays on 24/7. 24/7 probably isn't necessary but calculating the turnover rates is something most people probably don't want to get into. 2 full turnovers per day would be good practice in my opinion to maintain good water quality. A 12ft pool holds about 6500 litres of water, give or take. So you need to be pumping 13000 litres of water a day for good circulation. The pumps that bestway send with their 12ft pools handle 2000 litres per hour. So thats 6.5 hours running time per day in any 24 hour period. So you could set it to run for that amount of time overnight, but this is a minimum, and you also need to consider that things grow in your pool a lot quicker during daylight hours, especially if it's hot and sunny. Why people would want to risk health to save a few pennies is beyond me.


A. The pump is simply a filter... Using a net is doing the filters job, only quicker...
B. Its the chlorine that kills the germs, not the pump.
Anyway... Enjoy the warm weather
PAULTRD05/07/2019 12:38

A. The pump is simply a filter... Using a net is doing the filters job, …A. The pump is simply a filter... Using a net is doing the filters job, only quicker...B. Its the chlorine that kills the germs, not the pump.Anyway... Enjoy the warm weather



How do you think the chlorine gets from the floater to the very edges of the pool in still water? And do you actually think wafting a net in the pool for 5 minutes a day offers proper filtration?
I wish my garden was big enough
Tyler.Durden04/07/2019 21:50

I haven't ordered one the reviews didn't fill me with confidence.


You did right - bought on last year and it tore within weeks. The bubble wrap type cover that sits in the water is pretty good though and keep out most debris.

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