There is no easier way to brush your swimming pool than with the Wall Whale.
Brushing Your Pool The Hard Way

A Real Pain In the back!

A normal brush barely covers the surface.

With an ordinary brush, you use two hands to make a series of short strokes, one hand to hold the brush against the pool surface and the other to push the brush down. 

 

This method requires multiple passes over the same area and is strenuous because there is no way to hold the brush firmly against the pool surface.

Brushing Your Pool The Wall Whale Way

Use Your Arms and shoulders

With the Wall Whale you simply push down with one hand and the tail puts more than 10x the force on the pool surface.

With the Wall Whale, the key is to start at the waterline and keep it moving.

Position the brush so the bristles are at the top of the waterline, reach as high on the pole as possible, and make one fluid stroke to the bottom of the pool.

 

As long as the Wall Whale is moving, it will grip the walls (or bottom) of the pool.

A new brush will have “chatter” which causes it to bounce slightly for the first 10-15 strokes.  Thereafter it will move smoothly.

 

Whether for routine pool maintenance, algae removal or new pool startup brushing, there is no easier way to brush your pool than with the Wall Whale.

Adjustable Settings

For Any brushing need

The Wall Whale has an adjustable spoiler for any need.  High for algae removal, low for routine pool maintenance.

The Wall Whale has a bracket to adjust the amount of force it creates against the wall. 

 

For normal brushing, the low setting is best. 

For tough algae problems, the medium setting is recommended.

 

The high setting should only be used if you wish to push debris on the floor towards the pool drain.

 

If it requires too much effort to push, move the adjustor bracket to a lower setting or remove the adjustor bracket completely.

 

When you are brushing steps or the floor of the pool, you have gravity on your side and the force created by the Wall Whale can make it difficult to push.  Move the adjustor bracket to the lowest setting or remove it completely for this part of the job.

Removing the Adjustor Bracket

Just Press and Twist

The Wall Whale has an adjustable spoiler for any need.  High for algae removal, low for routine pool maintenance.

1 - Press your thumb against one of the support rails.  Do not try to squeeze both sides of the adjustor bracket, it will be too hard to remove or replace.

 

2 - Squeeze the opposite side of the adjustor bracket.


The Wall Whale has an adjustable spoiler for any need.  High for algae removal, low for routine pool maintenance.

3 - Tilt and lift - the bracket will easily pop out of position.  To replace the bracket, position one pin in the hole and repeat the process, pushing down to get the opposite pin into place. 


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The Wall Whale Principle Through History

The Wall Whale Swimming Pool Brush is a pool brush with a spoiler. The spoiler, or tail, holds the brush against the pool surface with more than 10x the force of a normal brush. Brushing a swimming pool is the most important part of swimming pool maintenance. Brushing your pool removes algae, but more importantly, brushing prevents algae in your pool and extends the life of your pool surface by removing mineral deposits which will ruin your pool surface. If you have a new swimming pool, it shoud be brushed 2-3 times per day for the first month. The Wall Whale is endorsed by swimming pool builders and swimming pool finish manufacturers as the most effective brush for startup pool brushing.