Last year was really big for me!
After years of painful pool cleaning using brushes and vacuums, I finally figured it out.
What changed you might ask?
I realized I was working harder not smarter, which is why I switched to the best automatic pool cleaner in my price range. Let me explain…
Big Swimming Pool Cleaning
Since 2007 when I bought my current home with a huge 22,000-gallon pool, I have been struggling to keep my pool clean.
I tried every attachment sold on Amazon and at the pool store. I even hired a pool guy for $85 a month which was a joke!
Then last year I finally cracked and wrote about hating my pool.
A few months later I invested in a bunch of pump and filter repairs, and also in a Kreepy Krauly Kruiser.
Best Automatic Pool Cleaner
I can now honestly report that buying the Kruiser has made all the difference in the world for my swimming pool.
I admit every now and then it gets plugged with something it sucks up, and even wakes me up with the thumping sound it makes or when it tries to crawl out of the pool and sucks in air. But that’s far less painful than spending hours pushing a broom in 9 feet deep water.
Now I let the pump do all the hard work.
Here’s all you have to do after you buy your Kruiser:
- Assemble the Kreepy Krauly with enough hose to reach the full length of your pool.
- Attach the fitting to the suction port in the skimmer. (Careful not to have the pump running)
- Then connect the hose to the fitting through the front skimmer flap.
- You may have to adjust the hose length or add weights but that’s no big deal.
- Turn on the pump and watch the Kreepy Krauly Kruiser go!
Just let it run during your normal pump cycle.
This is how pool cleaning should be!
I still have to watch the pool chemicals and sweep the steps but this is the best way to keep a pool clean. No need to pay a pool man $85 – $100 per month for 10 minutes of work per week.
Where can you get a Krauly?
You can get a Kreepy Krauly on Amazon for about $300 or at your local pool supply store. I’m sure there are other types of crawlers that do the same thing but I’m happy with my Kruiser.