It’s summer. And so hot. Like, SO hot.
Last year when it got this hot we decided to get a temporary pool. You know the kind: pvc piping, plastic, above ground. These pools are awesome because they let you enjoy cooling down in the summer, but they aren’t super permanent.
So unless you plan to spend all winter treating a pool that cost less than the chemicals it’ll take to treat it, most of us try to figure out a way to get rid of it once summer is over. And, it turns out, there aren’t a lot of great ways to do that. We drained ours, disassembled it and offered it online for free (no one took it) for anyone who wanted it. Eventually it ended up by the curb.
Now that I’ve watched this video, I kinda wish we’d had a little more fun getting rid of it! These people are a little crazy, but they definitely have the right idea for how to say goodbye to that temporary summer pool.
I mean, it also a waste of money so, I am in between on how I feel about this but seriously, if you have the cash to throw away at the end of the summer, it seems fun enough…
And more and more people are doing it too…
So, what do you think? Is it an efficient way to get rid of your pool at the end of summer?