Pool Skimmer Fix

Today’s InstaMorph fix was emailed to us by a pool owner in Arizona. When he went outside to start the ceremonious “removal of the leafs”, he noticed that the bracket holding the net to the pole had cracked.  Instead of having to drive to the store and spending $20, he turned to the jar of InstaMorph in the garage. He was able to heat some in hot water and apply it to the two pieces.

“The exciting note about this project is it took around $1 worth of InstaMorph to fix a part that would have cost $20 to replace. That and it was ready to use in a matter of minutes.”

Great to hear! We’re sure with the temperatures you’re getting in the desert, having a clean pool is top on your priority list.

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