Stay Cool in the Backyard with the AKASO Inflatable Pool
The AKASO family full-sized inflatable swimming pool gives you the feeling of summer vacation without having to leave home. It gives everyone a cool spot to escape the hot sun.
1. When pumping air into the pool, 80%-90% inflation is enough; do not overinflate.
2. The dimensions of the inflated pool may be slightly different than the measurements provided due to the characteristics of the pool material, the degree of inflation, the temperature, and so on.
3. Be sure to place the pool on a surface that is level, stable, and free of sharp objects before filling.
How to Use the Repair Patch?
The AKASO Full-Sized Inflatable Pool IF02 provides 4 repair patches to repair holes. If you find a small hole, first clean the area around it. Then cut a piece of repair patch and apply it onto the desired area. Finally, apply pressure to remove any bubbles.
This process is used to finish each stitched seam, leaving no sharp edges or corners, to avoid scratching children’s skin.
Wide Side Wall
When inflated, the width of each side wall is 30cm, which can support a relatively large weight, effectively preventing collapse while allowing you and your child to lean against the inner wall comfortably.
Leakproof, Double-Layer Air Valve
Our swimming pool is equipped with 3 independently inflatable layers, and each layer is equipped with a leakproof, double-layer inflation valve to effectively prevent air leakage. Single-layer air leakage will not affect pool use.
There are 3 independent, leakproof, double-layer air valves; each inflatable ring has one air valve. Make sure the air valves are facing out. Inflate the rings in order from the bottom (first) to the top (last) with an electric air pump.
WBefore filling the pool with water, ensure that the drain valves (at the bottom) of the pool are tightly closed. When you are ready to fill the pool, please fill it slowly, and do not exceed the middle ring to avoid water overflow. Check to see whether the water is level. When filling the pool with water, do not lean over or squeeze the inflation or deflation valves to avoid injury or water overflow.
Remove the cap from the drain valve on the bottom of the pool. Avoid draining the water directly onto leaves or watering the same area repeatedly. When the water stops draining, start lifting the pool from the side opposite the drain, so that any remaining water flows to the drain, emptying the pool completely. Finally, release air from the 3 inflation rings and the bottom of the pool.