Does Liquid Solar Pool Cover Really Work? we are gonna prove if the liquid solar covers actually keep your pool warm.
The sun helps water to evaporate from your pool.
Now what liquid solar covers do is they actually limit that evaporation.
Now with that evaporation that happens in the middle of the night, when your pool is cooler, it appears you lose a lot of heat at the same time.
What we’re gonna prove is that water will actually limit the amount of evaporation with a liquid solar cover and it will actually keep your pool warmer.
In order to prove that liquid solar covers actually work, what we’re gonna do is an experiment.
We’re gonna fill these two identical containers with water and blue food coloring so that you’ll be able to see them.
In this container, we’re gonna put the liquid solar cover that was sent to me by Flexible Solutions.
And in this, we’re gonna put nothing.
Let’s fill up these containers equally with water and blue food coloring.
Next, we’re gonna add the Heatsaver liquid which is the liquid solar cover to this container right here with the liquid solar fish in front of it.
Okay, in this container we’ve put the liquid solar cover and we’ve mixed it around a little bit to disperse the chemical, and in this container, we put nothing.
So in theory this container should not evaporate as fast as this one.
So we’ll be back in a short while and see what happens.
It’s been 48 hours since we’ve had these few containers outside here in the sun and now we’re gonna figure out if one evaporated faster than the other or evaporated more than the other.
Now, if we do a close-up here, we’ll find out that both containers they’ve looked very similar but it turns out that the container with the liquid solar cover inside of it didn’t evaporate as much as the one without.
The big moment of truth is we’re gonna find out which container has a higher temperature.
Is it the container that doesn’t have the liquid solar blanket in it, or the container that does have the liquid solar blanket in it?
So we’re gonna use this digital thermometer to test the one that doesn’t have the liquid solar blanket in it just to read what the temperature is.
And it turns out that this container has 87 degrees, it’s at 87 degrees.
Now to test the container that has the liquid solar cover in it.
And that looks like this container is at 91.5 degrees, no, I’m sorry, 91.
Oh, it keeps climbing, 92 degrees.
So it turns out that the container with the liquid solar cover in it is actually five degrees higher than the container without the liquid solar cover in it, and it also did not evaporate as much as the container without.
So it turns out that the liquid solar cover does actually work, which is great.