There’s no need to work harder, but when it comes to pool cleaning, it seems like everything is hard. Choosing a well-designed pool vacuum head could lighten the load a bit, helping you get into tight spaces and performing with reliable suction. The options on our list may help transform pool maintenance so that you can spend more time enjoying your pool and less time trying to keep it clean.
Dirt and grime can build up on the bottom of the pool, causing unsightly stains and degrading the surface of your pool liner. Stay ahead of cleaning with the right pool vacuum head like those on our list. Let’s take a look at each one to find the right vacuum head for your pool, so you’re ready from when the season opens to the very last swim before cold weather.
Milliard’s pool vacuum head sinks to the bottom of the pool, where its soft bristles can gently scrub away grime. The head is 13 inches wide for better coverage, and bristles are spread evenly across. It features a universal fit and bristles suitable for a variety of pool types, no matter what you have. An air valve releases extra suction, and ABS plastic can withstand both ultraviolet and pool chemical exposure.
The flexible vacuum head from FibroPool gives you efficient cleaning power with a 14-inch cleaning head. Six weights ensure a consistent suction and grip while the chrome-plated handle attaches to most standard extenders. Urethane wheels roll over the bottom of your pool without causing damage, getting up any small particles and debris before they cause damage.
For a budget choice, the weighted half-moon pool head uses bristles to help dredge up dirt and grime, and the standard attachment piece is compatible with a variety of hoses. It’s a straightforward option with a simple operation. It works well with above-ground pools and liners that can take some brushing.
You have to keep your pool clean to enjoy it all year, but there’s no reason to make cleaning harder than it has to be. The vacuum heads on our list help you clean your pool safely yet thoroughly, so it’s always inviting for guests or just a summer weekend afternoon for you and your family. It’s time to take control of your pool maintenance with the right tools — durable and reliable.
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