Cleaners aren’t meant to stay in the pool 24/7. This is true for all cleaners. Pressure side cleaners run on a schedule every day so why take it out? Leaving the cleaner in the pool 24/7 increases its exposure to corrosive chemicals in the water, such as chlorine or shock.
In respect to this, how often should I use my robotic pool cleaner?
Ideally, you need to run your robot pool cleaner daily or at least once a day if you’re always swimming in it. But if you don’t swim in it as much, run it at least once weekly or every two weeks. When you’re using a swimming pool cover all the time, you may wash your pool monthly.
Similarly one may ask, are robotic pool vacuums worth it?
Bottom Line: Yes!
Robotic pool cleaners are 100% worth the investment. It’ll be the best money you ever spent on your swimming pool. Any automatic swimming pool cleaner should be able to clean your pool within about three hours, depending on your pool’s size.
Is it better to run a pool pump at night or day?
It may be cheaper to run the pump at night, but honestly you should run it 1 hour a day per 10 degrees of temperature at least, and it should be during the day. Running the pump at night should only be when you are doing a major chemical treatment such as algae clean-up.
While the unit can remain in the pool during use of the weekly timer function (if available on your model), we do not recommend leaving the cleaner in the pool for long extended periods of time.
The only work you need to do is to place it in the pool, take it out of the pool and empty the filter bag. A pressure side cleaner can stay in the pool with you while you swim. Suction pool cleaners require the suction side of your pool equipment to clean.
Without a Kreepy Krauly the pool water is drawn only from the top of the pool. A Kreepy Krauly draws water from the bottom, top and sides of your pool ensuring circulation of pool water and improving water quality. This helps remove biological particles and fine particles that can cause your pool to look cloudy.