Is 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner Safe Around Pools?

Yes!  30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner is safe around pools. When opening your pool for the season, the checklist usually includes cleaning the cover, cleaning the pool and checking chemicals.  Add "Clean pool surround with 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner" and your summer swimming season will be off to a glistening start.  

Simply mix 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner in your tank sprayer, spray, rinse.  It's that easy! For pool decking made with porous materials such as cement, masonry or tile, keep the surface wet with the cleaning solution for up to 15 minutes.  You will see the cleaner working before your eyes!  If your pool surround is wood, 5 minutes should be the right amount of time for fantastic results. 

Rinse off away from the pool. You do not want to rinse it into your pool. 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner will not harm your landscaping when you rinse it into the soil around your pool.

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November 02, 2018

Can this product be used to clean screening on the lanai

Jessica Merly

November 02, 2018

Hello Gil,

Thank you for contacting us about using 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner on your lanai. Our cleaner is made to be safe on most all outdoor surfaces, including lanais. We do encourage testing when cleaning a surface for the first time just in case. Simply apply a small amount to an inconspicuous area, let sit about 5 minutes, and rinse to see results. Cheers!

Sherry Phillips

June 18, 2019

Can I use 30-second cleaner on my Intex pool

Jessica Merly

June 18, 2019

Hello Sherry,
30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner is safe to use on most all pool surfaces, including Intex Pools. We do recommend doing a test in a small, inconspicuous area. Spray a bit of cleaner, let sit 5 minutes, and rinse to see results.

Bill Prezioso

March 20, 2020

Will 30 second cleaner harm a salt water pools chemical balance if some of it washes into the pool during a pool screen cleaning?

Jessica Merly

March 20, 2020

Hi Bill,
While we do encourage rinsing as much of the cleaner away from the pool as possible, a small amount getting into the pool should be okay. We do recommend double-checking pHs after cleaning and before swimming.

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