in conjunction with pond skimmers, nets, and/or other such pond supplies
can really help you keep your pond clean. Use a pond vacuum to get
at the muck at the bottom of your pond. Use a pond skimmer and/or
a net to get at debris floating on the surface of the water, before
it ever has a chance to sink the bottom.
If you make it a point to remove the debris from the
surface (check every few days), you will not need to get out the vacuum
as often. If you rarely need to use pond vacuums, it may not be worth
it to buy a more expensive model. Of course, as a rule of thumb, the
more expensive the model, the more features it will come with and
the more power it will have overall.
Look for one that can clean the bottom of your pond,
between rocks, and even remove string algae. Look for one that will
easily reach across your pond and to the bottom. Look for one that
is easy to remove and to store. One with 2 chambers can be especially
You vacuum your home to keep it clean, right? Why not use a pond
vacuum to vacuum your pond and keep it clean? It may seem strange
to vacuum your pond, but realize that a pond vacuum is very different
than a regular household vacuum.
If you were to use a household vacuum on a pond, you would end up
sucking up not just the debris at the bottom of the pond, but a whole
lot of water, as well. Pond vacuums, on the other hand, suck up that
debris, but manage to leave the water in the process! Keep your pond
clean: buy a pond vacuum today.