Safety & Maintenance
CARING FOR YOUR POOL MAT
You want your pool mat to last a long time and avoid wear and tear so keep these tips in mind.
- Remove your mat from the pool when it is not being displayed.
- To store, let it dry and store flat in a cool dry area.
For long-term (ie: winter) storage, you can roll your mat with the printed side facing out and store it in a cool dry place.
Winterizing helps keep your mat in good shape and extends mat life. You may have to roll in the opposite direction to flatten your mat before placing it back in the pool.
- Remove the poolmat during heavy shock treatments or when chlorination levels exceed 10 PPM or more.
Do not use abrasives or chemicals to clean your pool mat. Mild soap and a soft cloth will work just fine.
ALWAYS USE CAUTION IN OR AROUND SWIMMING POOL AREAS
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
As with all pool safety, your new pool mat should be handled by adults only (or with supervision). Our pool mats are not to be used as floatation devices. They are intended for decorative purposes only and should not be used in any other manner.
POOL MATS ARE SLIPPERY WHEN WET
Do not leave your mat out on the ground or around the pool area where people (especially children) can slip and fall. Poolmats are not intended for use in pools less than 4' deep.
DO NOT SWIM UNDERNEATH YOUR POOL MAT
This may sound like fun but we assure you, it's not.