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jlong105 December 27th, 2016 9:25pm

I drained my pool for winter. Guess what, it took time to drain. Did you know that draining is a process and not like waving a magic wand to make it disappear?

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JayBlotus
12/27/16 7:40 pm

If it's a built in pool, you shouldn't leave it drained. The ground could heave and crack the pool.

LibArtie SW Connecticut
12/27/16 5:24 pm

At my age, draining my bladder is a time consuming event!😀

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Domino3 Abolish the ATF
12/27/16 8:16 pm

Lmao! Lib that's hilarious. 😂

jlong105 Indiana
12/27/16 8:29 pm

Omg. Maybe it is the drink I've imbibed but that is the funnies thing I've heard today.

jmw7477 Indiana
12/27/16 5:19 pm

Draining your bath tub or sink doesn't happen instantly.

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doober72 Vidalia, Ga.
12/27/16 5:18 pm

Ground water will seep in between the dirt and the liner and then your liner will float. Big problems.

dfish at home
12/27/16 7:03 pm

That's why you shouldn't drain it all the way for a lengthy period of time

googer11 Minnesota
12/27/16 4:42 pm

My neighbors had a pool. I remember it being A LOT of work.

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GlockMan1 Alabama
12/27/16 3:15 pm

I always heard it was best to leave water in it during the winter.

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