How to Keep Frogs Out of Your Pool

If you own a home pool, you have definitely found frogs in it at least once. The truth is that these small animals don’t present a danger to your health. But they can be a big nuisance, especially if you were very enthusiastic about using the pool and you had to waste time getting rid of the small frogs before using it. Fortunately, there are some methods that you can use to keep the pesky frogs out of your pool. To learn some of them, continue to read this article.
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Install a fence

Installing a solid wood fence around the perimeter of your pool area will prevent the frogs from entering it. In addition, the solid wood fence will add to the safety of your pool. For example, if you have kids, they won’t be able to enter the pool without your supervision if you install the fence.

Cover the pool

When you’re not using the pool, you should pull a cover over it to prevent frogs and bugs from entering it. When you purchase the cover, make sure that it is easy to install and remove, but that the cover is still fastened securely for children and animals to not the able to slip under it and get trapped in the pool.

Turn off the lights

When the night comes, you might be tempted to turn on the lights in and around the pool. The fact that the lights are turned on will attract bugs to the water, and the bugs will attract frogs. Therefore, make sure that you keep the lights off when you’re not using the pool to prevent unwanted guests from entering it.

Salt and water solution

Create a solution with salt and water, and spray it around the entire perimeter of your pool. When the solution dries, it will leave a substance that will burn the frog’s feet when they touch it. This will make the small animals go back, preventing them from advancing to your pool.

Heat up the pool water

Frogs hate hot water. Therefore, an efficient way to ensure that frogs won’t enter your pool is to keep the water in it warm when you’re not using it. For this, you can use a solar cover. The cover will heat your pool, acting as a cover that keeps the small animals away.