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Poolside Chat Episode #14 Video
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Rob: Hello, welcome back to another great episode of Poolside Chat presented by InyoPools.com. I’m what you call the QB1 of Poolside Chat, Rob.
Matt: And I am Matt and you are by far the QB3 on this. The camera guy’s even QB2. You’re RG3. He’s Colt McCoy. I’m Kirk Cousins. Let’s do this, all right.
Rob: All right we’ll go with that.
Rob: What’s on deck today?
Matt: We got Karen with a K, they always say that.
Matt: They are very, very particular about how you spell their name. I’m sorry Karen if you get angry. She has a question about solar covers. It goes as such; do these solar covers fit odd shaped pools? Mine is shaped like a figure eight. If not, what do you recommend?
Rob: Well you can definitely use a solar cover on an odd shaped pool. They only are offered in rectangles. They don’t do custom shapes so basically what you have to do is to order a rectangle large enough to cover your entire pool. You lay it over your pool, bubble side down; let it sit overnight so it kind of forms to the lip of the pool, take a pair of scissors or an X-ACTO knife and cut around the edge and you have your custom shaped solar cover.
Matt: That sounds fun, like a little arts and crafts situation going on after work, except more expensive, with no Popsicle sticks.
Matt: I like it, add some macaroni and I’m there.
Rob: All right.
Matt: All right
Rob: Nailed it.
Matt: Yes, dismount. Good job.
Matt: Mainly you on that one.
Rob: Carried it.
Matt: It was kind of a short answer. I could have done better.
Rob: My back hurts from carrying the load on this one.
Matt: What was that, I think that was a chubby joke and I don’t appreciate it. But if you have any questions for us you can always contact us at 877-372-6038 or you can subscribe to our YouTube channel and we also have a free pool maintenance guide. Guess how long it is?
Rob: I can’t even, I don’t know, what 10-12 pages?
Matt: Ten times that, my friend. 128 pages, triple digits, triple digits. That’s darn good.
Rob: That’s really good.
Matt: Darn good, but feel free to subscribe to the newsletter and we will shoot you that. It’s been fantastic.
Rob: Yes, it’s been real.
Matt: Thank you RG3, aka Bob. Bye.
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