Having a top of the line pressure pool cleaner is useless if it doesn’t work! The good news is that replacing a pressure cleaner part is extremely DIY-friendly and only needs a few basic tools to do so. Here are some of the pressure cleaner spare parts that we carry to ensure that you’ll enjoy worry-free pool cleaning all year-round!
- Silt and Debris Bags - These are the most commonly requested spare part for pressure cleaners! A pressure cleaner with a damaged silt or debris bag will spit out everything back into the pool! Many pool owners will usually have a backup bag for those extremely heady days or for emergencies.
- Valve Kits and Connector Assemblies - Since pressure cleaners operate at higher pressures that their suction cleaner counterparts, these are common points of failure for these cleaners. The good news is that they’re also very easy to replace, simply unscrew the damaged part and replace with a new one.
- Wheel Kits - Pressure cleaner wheels, much like any other thing with wheels, will need to be replaced due to wear and tear. Worn out threads will cause your pressure cleaner to slip and slide around the pool and won’t give as thorough a cleaning as one with a proper set of wheels.
- Tune up kits - These are kits containing every single part that need to be replaced in your pressure cleaner. Tune up kits are a great idea as they’re discounted bundles and give your pressure cleaner a “reset” ensuring that all parts are new and preventing periodic breakdowns.
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