Swim Shady

Turn your solid PVC pool cover into a shade cover!

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With the Swim-Shady™, you can keep your family and pets safe while still enjoying your pool on those hot Summer days.

The Swim-Shady™ is the FIRST EVER, easy-to-use apparatus that gives your pool cover a dual purpose by creating shade over your pool in the heat of the day, as well as protection from drowning when the pool needs to be secured and made safe.

The solid safety pool cover is the best way to keep children and pets safe when used conventionally. Swim-Shady™ will protect your family from the harmful rays of the sun, whilst still allowing you to enjoy your pool on those hot Summer days. Ideal for those hot lazy days to reduce exposure to harmful sun rays when the kids want to spend forever in the pool. And when you’re done, easily switch back to pool safety cover mode to ensure your family and pets are safe from the water. Order now and be ready to tackle the summer heat well prepared!! The Swim Shady can be purchased together with a new cover as an option, or separately for folks who already have their own pool cover.

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SWIM SHADY IS EASY TO PUT UP AND EASY TO TAKE DOWN
HOW TO PUT YOUR SWIM-SHADY™ UP

Depending on the width and length of the pool, you will receive or collect a pack containing 4, 5 or 7 poles, rubber end caps, ropes and hooks with these instructions:

1) Loosen all the ratchets to their max (21 and 22) (they must still be connected to the cover and anchors)

2) Remove rubbers from the first 2 or 3 poles on the non-ratchet side depending on how many poles you have (check the diagram below for different configurations)

3) Place the galvanized elbows (11,12,13 and 14) into the first 2 or 3 poles on the opposite side of the ratchets once you’ve removed the end rubbers or end caps…if the poles have been cut with a grinder, they might need to be filed inside to allow the elbow to fit (see photo)

4) Hook the carabiner clip (16) that is attached to the rope, onto the triangles of the pool cover(15) and hook the other side of the rope into the pool cover anchor on the side of the pool(18)

5) One person lifts the end pole up, while the other person puts the front 2 poles (8 and 9) into their vertical positions and then the next two (7 and 10), making sure all the while that the ropes (17) are not too loose (it’s easier to do this with 2 people) the one person just holds the end pole up while the other straightens poles to be vertical, and hand tightens ropes as tight as is possible with the small aluminium tensioning plate by sliding it up the rope towards the pole ( Make it as tight as possible before you tension the ratchets,as you do not have much tensioning room to do the final tightening with the ratchet)

6) Once ropes are hand tightened as much as possible then the ratchets should be tightened to secure the cover DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN AS THIS WILL DAMAGE THE ROPE AND ANCHORS…Poles may move slightly when you tighten the ratchets, just realign to a vertical position.

Please be careful not to over-tighten the SWIM-SHADY ™ take your time, keeping a constant check on the tension and the poles standing vertically while you are putting it up….it doesn’t have to be very tight, to give you a lovely shady area over the pool

7)To take down simply release ratchets, remove elbows and rope then put the cover back on the pool.

At this time the Swim Shady is available to international customers who purchase a pool cover, but there is a maximum width of 3.6m for the pool’s width for DIY

                       Skin Cancer Prevention

Protect Yourself With a Complete Approach

Skin cancer prevention requires a comprehensive approach to protecting yourself against harmful UV radiation.

That’s because UV radiation from the sun isn’t just dangerous, it’s also sneaky. Not only can it cause premature aging and skin cancer, it reaches you even when you’re trying to avoid it – penetrating clouds and glass, and bouncing off of snow, water and sand. What’s more, sun damage accumulates over the years, from prolonged outdoor exposure to simple activities like walking the dog, going from your car to the store and bringing in the mail.

The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends that you:

  • Seek the shade, especially between 10 AM and 4 PM.
  • Don’t get sunburned.
  • Avoid tanning, and never use UV tanning beds.
  • Cover up with clothing, including a broad-brimmed hat and UV-blocking sunglasses.
  • Use a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher every day. For extended outdoor activity, use a water-resistant, broad- spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.
  • Apply 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) of sunscreen to your entire body 30 minutes before going outside. Reapply every two hours or after swimming or excessive sweating. Find sunscreen by searching our Recommended Products.
  • Keep newborns out of the sun. Use sunscreen on babies over the age of six months.
  • Examine your skin head-to-toe every month.
  • See a dermatologist at least once a year for a professional skin exam.
  • Get all the details: Your Daily Sun Protection GuideSkin Cancer Prevention PDF.

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