Inflatable Pools Are Sold Out Everywhere, And It’s Important To Remember Water Safety And Drowning Risks

  • Check with your local Building & Zoning commission to inquire about laws related to portable or soft-sided pools.
  • Use pool ladders that have a locking stair or flip-up type of ladder.
  • Keep all chairs, tables or any item far away from the pool. Small children may use these to climb up and over the pool side.
  • Cover your portable pool when not in use, or drain the pool for extended periods of non-use.
  • Lock doors leading out to the pool, for extra safety, add door alarms to all points of egress.
  • Teach small children to never use the pool alone.

I’m grateful for my little inflatable pool this summer. My kids may not be able to swim a lap or stretch out on a unicorn shaped float, but I’m grateful they have a safe, social distanced approved place to cool off this summer. But it’s important to remember that a pool is a pool and water safety is important whether that water is in a lake, river, or permanent pool—and yes, even an inflatable pool.

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