How to clean your Pool #infographic

Do you have a pool in your garden and find it difficult to keep it clean? Don’t need to worry; you are not the only one. All pool owners have similar issues as all pools need regular cleaning, no matter if they are big or small, outdoors or indoors.

Having a pool is lovely and maintaining it shouldn’t be hard work. All you need is a useful guide to know how to do it and enjoy the process of keeping your pool clean.

To make it easier for you, the team at Robotic Pool Cleaners has put together this useful infographic where you will find seven simple steps to clean your pool. Check out these tips and keep your pool clean and free of mould and bacteria this summer.

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An infographic by Robotic Pool Cleaners.

Let’s Manage Our Water Resources #Infographic #WaterResources

The Earth consists of 60% water! That’s a lot, right? Think again! We can use only about 1% of all the water on earth. So let’s manage our water resources.

Water resources are the most essential component on earth to have any form of living, and it’s important that we take care to manage this resource wisely. There are many different challenges we face to ensure that everyone has access to fresh water, from pollution to outright water scarcity in some areas around the world. Most people don’t know the statistics, and how much water is actually available for use, so we created an infographic explaining why water resource management is critical to our future.

An infographic by RPM Drilling & Mining Resources.

5 Uncommon Allergies to Common Things #Infographic #Allergy

Just imagine not being able to lead a normal life, only because you have to avoid common things. Like water, for example. Every time you contact with any fluids, it can cause pain. Or hives, rashes, high temperature, etc. And that is not the worst possible scenario! Some people can even get symptoms of an allergic reaction from exercising. And I’m not talking about running a half marathon. The poor fellows might find it hard to simply walk. Or even to sit down too fast.

There are plenty of unusual allergies out there. People can be allergic to anything, really. Look around. The chances are close to a 100% that there is at least one person in this world allergic to that thing you are looking at right now. But there are some allergies to common things that make one drastically change his or her lifestyle. Imagine trying to live a life without getting into the sunlight. Isn’t that terrible?

An infographic by ScienceLass.

10 Things you didn’t know about water #Infographic #Water

Water. Such a common and widespread liquid. We use it every day for drinking, cleaning or even exercising in it. Water is one of the most important substances for creating and sustaining life. But despite all of that, Big Bathroom Shop is sure that there are quite some things that you don’t know about it.

For example, are you aware that a person can live for a much shorter period of time without water than without food? Or do you know what is the Mpemba effect? Would you guess correctly the amount of water that there is on Earth?

You will find these answers and many more on the infographic below. However, you should always remember that you shouldn’t waste this valuable liquid and that there are many people all around the world that don’t have access to potable water. Therefore, Big Bathroom Shop offers also some tips on their site to help you save water at home.

An infographic by Big Bathroom Shop.

Benefits of Artificial Grass #infographic #gardening #grass

This infographic depicts the benefits of having artificial grass in your yard, both personal and environmental. With artificial grass, you save money on water, fertilizer, maintenance, and pesticides. You also never have to worry about discoloration, weeds, bald spots, or insects/bugs. Installing artificial grass is eco-friendly. You no longer need a lawnmower, which produces the same amount of pollution as 11 cars in 1 hour.

You will save so much water, approximately 99,000 gallons of water a year. It also keeps 105,000,000 tires out of landfills. Because you aren’t using pesticides or fertilizers you are reducing water pollution, and it’s safer for children and dogs to play on without worrying about harmful products. Most people think it costs more than just maintaining their yard, but after all, cost are weighed out, it takes about 4-7 years of maintenance of a natural yard but lasts as long as 15-20 years, which brings savings to about half.

An Infographic by hillhorticulture.com.