Mini Pool Table Out of Cardboard

Making a mini pool Table out of Cardboard. The materials i used:Various CardboardRulerCrafting knifeScissorsAll purpose gluePolymer clayGreen feltPaint Here is a general template. Cut out a rectangle of cardboard 18cm x 11cmThen cut out the pockets for the table. Then using thicker cardboard…By: ArgentAnimations Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


How to Care for Your Pool While It Snows

Freezing water could spell danger to your home swimming pool in more ways than one. Closing your pool properly during the winter can save you a lot of work when the time comes to open the swimming pool for the summer. EditSteps EditPreparing the pool for winter Turn off the pool heater before you begin.(…)


How to Change a Pool Light

Typically, backyard swimming pools are equipped with 1 or more underwater lights. Just like any light, the bulb can burn out and will need to be replaced. There is no need to lower the water level in your pool to replace the burned out bulb. Instead, you can remove the light housing from the side(…)


How to Keep Ducks Out of a Pool

Ducks are a massive annoyance to pool owners around the world, as they love few things more than a nice place to float and swim in. On top of this, they’ll go to the bathroom in your pool and make it unhygienic for you to swim in it. Some ducks also carry parasites and some(…)


Replace Your Pool and Spa Controller With Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Node Red

In this Instructable I will describe how to build a pool and spa controller that controls a pump motor, multiple electric valve actuators, lights, a cleaner, air blower, and heater. It also measures the water and air temperatures. I built this to replace an old Compool pool controller which broke….By: neilroeth Continue Reading » Instructables:(…)


Portable Water Heater for a Hot Tub or Pool

I recently purchased a portable hot tub – Intex PureSpa 6-Person Portable Inflatable Bubble Jet Hot Tub. While looking at the specs and reviews I was concerned about the heating capacity of the unit. The 1,300 Watt heating unit only heats the water 1-2 degrees Fahrenheit an hour. Customer reviews…By: weber713 Continue Reading » Instructables:(…)