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    Leaf Catchers

    • In-Ground Pool Leaf Catchers

      From $44.99
    • Leaf Catcher for Above-Ground Pool

      From $24.99
    1. 1 year ago
      Best purchase ever
      I have a lot of trees around my property and the leaf catcher is awesome,water stays clean , and after I put winter cover on I'm putting leaf catcher over that till all leaves r off trees , and in spring I'm placing leaf catcher back on winter. Cover till all the buds and hellicopters fall of trees then open pool
    2. 1 decade ago
      enjoying fall leaves now
      In the past I have hauled out wheelbarrels full of soggy leaves off of our winter pool cover in the fall. This year with the leaf catcher over our in-ground pool the leaves just continued to blow off with the autumn winds. No more raking leaves out of our pool and the rain water on top of the winter cover remains clear instead of turning brown from leaf decay. I am truely enjoying the fall colors now and anxious to open the pool next spring.
    3. 6 years ago
      a great buy and a great product
      If you haven't invested in a leaf cover yet, I recommend you go for one. It is so easy to open the pool in the spring with no leaves and other debris to clear off the pool. I used some nylon cord to crisscross the pool for extra support under the leaf net. Works great.
    1. 4 years ago
      Prefer the double tubes to the single tubes....
      We have been buying these water tubes for over 26 years, and have always been very happy with them, until the past few years, when it seems that the tubes have gone down in quality, due to many tubes having leaks in them!! Just like so many products in our world today, quality has gone down and down, but price has gone up and up..............
    2. 4 years ago
      Ultimate Double Water Tubes
      I have bought these heavy duty ultimate double water tubes in the past to hold down the winter cover on my 40x20 in ground pool and they last for several seasons. Even with shipping, they are less expensive than the cheaply made water tubes they sell in a pool warehouse near where I live. Satisfied repeat customer who always takes advantage of 10% off sales.
    3. 2 years ago
      Easy to use!
      We had trouble for years with leaves blowing under the edges of our winter cover even though it was stretched tight and flat. The water tubes are so easy to fill and put into place and are working great to divert unwanted materials making their way under the cover and into the pool!
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    In The Swim Knowledge Pool: Pool Leaf Net Covers

    In The Swim's Dr. Pool

    Pool Leaf Cover Removes All Leaves in One Swoop! 

    Pool Leaf Catchers are de rigeur for any pool surrounded by large trees that shed leaves and debris during spring and fall. Simply lay the lightweight leaf cover on top of your winter cover, and once all of the leaves have fallen, pull it corner to corner, removing all of the leaves in one swoop!

    Pool leaf net covers keep your cover pump from clogging, and you won't believe how easy it is to remove thousands of leaves and sticks in one easy motion. Saves hours of back breaking labor, no more dredging leaves from your winter pool cover! Pool leaf covers can also be used during spring and summer. 

    In The Swim's in-ground pool leaf covers and above ground leaf covers are the easy way to manage heavy leaf removal from your winter pool cover. Made of heavy carbonized nylon with triple stitched edges and sturdy grommets. Mesh leaf cover has 3/8" holes, for fast water shedding during removal, and quick drying for storage.

    TIP: Remove and store your pool Leaf Catcher after all of the leaves have fallen. Leaf net covers last longer if not left on the pool all winter long.