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Frogs In Your Pool? Here’s How To Keep Them Out

There’s nothing worse than heading out for a dip in the pool, only to stumble across a settlement of unwelcome amphibians. But as far as frogs are concerned your pool isn’t a pool at all. Instead, it’s an invitation to make themselves at home, which makes it more than likely for you to find frogs in your swimming pool. The problem is that the average family pool doesn’t have the same gradual slope as ponds and other bodies of water. ...

Maintaining A Perfect Swimming Pool Water Level Through Rainy Season

So it is raining... Great for farmers, or for getting your low swimming pool water level topped up. However, did you know if your pool water level gets too high, that it can stop your skimmer box from working? Yes, rain has a drawback if you're a swimming pool owner. But at least the fix is simple. This post shares practical advice about how to keep your pool's skimmer box in peak working form, and how to keep your swimming ...

Should You Wear Sunscreen In The Winter?

Did you know even during winter in Australia the UV index can still reach above 3? This means even during winter when the sun may look like it is hiding, you are still being exposed to UVA and UVB rays. These rays can cause sunburn, skin aging and eye damages, as well as melanoma and other skin cancers. So Should You Wear Sunscreen In The Winter? By being sun smart even in winter, which is a slip, slop and slap ...

Unlocking The Best Anti-Aging Secrets

Did you know prevention is the best form of protection? Yes, the best anti-aging secrets include the simple application of sun protection OR simply avoiding those cosmic rays at peak periods of the day when they can do the most skin damage. These peak periods are generally between 11am to 2pm. The Best Anti-Aging Secrets? Did you know that exposure to UV rays (UVA and UVB) causes sunburn, skin aging, and eye damage, as well as melanoma and other skin ...
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