Model # WC558
LEAF NETS MAKE SPRING CLEAN-UP A SNAP!
Tired of removing those heavy, smelly, decaying leaves from your pool cover each spring? A pool leaf cover is the answer! Simply lay the pool leaf cover on top of your winter cover before the leaves fall, and remove it in November before the hard freeze. The Leaf Net's fine mesh traps the leaves and removes them from your pool so spring clean-up is a snap. Our pool leaf cover is made from durable polyethylene and carries a 4-Year Warranty. If you live in an area with a lot of leaves, try the Leaf Net!
IN-GROUND LEAF NETS
In-ground leaf nets have an extra 4-foot overlap. Black mesh fabric. Please note in-ground leaf nets do not have water tube loops.
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My inground pool is 16 X 32 oval. Are the leaf nets rectangle or do they come oval shaped and if oval, is that a custom order?
Hi Joe, The Leaf Nets is rectangle and can not be customized to fit your pool shape.
Do I have to have a winter cover under the leaf net for this to work?
Hello Randy - A winter cover is not required but recommended. A co-worker here compared a leaf net to a tea bag. It will prevent the large stuff from dropping into the pool but the water will eventually turn murky.
We want to use a leaf net pool cover during the year before putting winter cover on. Also, is it ok to add shock to the pool through the top of leaf cover?
The leaf net covers are not intended to be used as a stand alone cover. If a significant amount of leaves accumulate on the cover, the weight will cause the cover to sink into the pool. If you need to apply shock to the pool while the cover is on, I would recommend peeling back the cover at one corner of the pool and using a liquid shock.
(4 out of 5 stars)
Reviewed By: Wayne K. from Tulsa, OK ()
Looks like it is exactly what the little woman wanted. We went "undersized" to eliminate a lot of overlap, and I think it is going to work great. Just wanted a fall leaf cover, no cover underneath. May change my rating come December, lol.