Pool Brush Manufacturer & Supplier
Bonny E-Home Co.,Ltd.
As a professional pool brush manufacturer, Bonny E-Home Co., Ltd. has been specialized in manufacturing and selling own pool brush and other pool accessories for more than 20 years.
Pool Suction Vacuum Brush
Walls Strong Pool Brush Head
Round Edge Nylon Pool Brush
Adjustable Handle Pool Brush
17.7”Aluminum Frame Wall Brush
Pool PP Bristle Algae Brush
Pool Plastic Brush Head
12.5″Plastic Pool Brush Head
Aluminum Pool Brush Head
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Why Choose Us ？
No.1 Swimming Pool Cleaning Brush Manufacturer & Supplier In China.
- 20+ years of rich experience.
- 15000 square meters factory, 200+ staff.
- Wide range of production lines, high capacity of production.
- Successful cooperation with Walmart, Intex，Sam，Hayward for many years.
- Professional CAD and 3D design team.
- Professional R & D technical team.
- 2000+ product molds
- 200+ product patents
- 24h excellent service team.
Our pool cleaning brush products are widely recognized by the industry. We produce and supply 60% styles of Amazon‘s best sellers top 10 swimming pool cleaning brushes.We’ve been working with Walmart , our pool brushes have a 56% market share on the best-seller list.. And our pool cleaning brushes account for 50% of Alibaba‘s top ranking products list.
We specialize in producing and supplying certified pool brush products.Our factory specializes in producing and supplying certified swimming pool accessories, and has been certified by ISO45001, ISO9001, ISO14001, CE, FCC, BSCI etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How to select the appropriate pool brush?
Determine the type of surface your pool has, such as plaster, vinyl, fiberglass, or tile. Each surface may require a specific type of brush to avoid damage. For example, a stiff-bristle brush may work well for concrete or plaster surfaces, while a softer brush is suitable for vinyl or fiberglass pools.
The bristles on pool brushes are typically made of nylon, stainless steel, or a combination of both. Nylon bristles are ideal for most pool surfaces as they are gentle yet effective in removing dirt and algae. Stainless steel bristles are more durable and can effectively scrub away tough stains and calcium deposits. Consider the needs of your pool and choose the appropriate bristle type accordingly.
Brush Shape and Size:
Pool brushes come in various shapes and sizes. The common shapes include rectangular, curved, and rounded. The shape you choose depends on the design and contours of your pool. A rectangular brush is versatile and can clean large areas efficiently, while a curved or rounded brush is better for reaching corners and curved surfaces.
Consider the handle of the pool brush. Some brushes have fixed handles, while others have detachable handles that can be connected to a telescopic pole. Telescopic poles allow you to extend the reach of the brush, making it easier to clean the entire pool without straining yourself.
The size of your pool will also influence your brush selection. If you have a large pool, a wider brush head can cover more surface area and save you time. For smaller pools or hard-to-reach areas, a smaller brush head may be more practical.
Lastly, consider your personal preference and comfort. Some pool brushes have ergonomic designs or cushioned grips that make them more comfortable to use. Choose a brush that feels comfortable in your hand and suits your cleaning style.
Q: What are the basic customizable types of pool brushes
Round Edge Pool Brush:
A round edge pool brush typically refers to a pool cleaning brush with rounded or curved bristle edges. These brushes are designed to effectively clean the walls and floors of a swimming pool. The rounded edges help prevent damage to the pool's surface while still providing sufficient scrubbing power. Round edge pool brushes are often made of durable materials like plastic or nylon bristles, and they come in various sizes to accommodate different pool sizes and cleaning needs.
Aluminum Frame Pool Brush:
An aluminum frame pool brush, as the name suggests, features a brush head that is mounted on an aluminum frame. The aluminum frame provides stability and strength to the brush, allowing for effective cleaning without bending or flexing. These brushes are generally designed for heavy-duty cleaning tasks and are suitable for larger pools or commercial applications. Aluminum frame pool brushes often have durable bristles made of materials like nylon or stainless steel, ensuring longevity and efficient cleaning performance.
A: Whale Pool Brush:
A whale pool brush is a specialized type of pool brush that resembles the shape of a whale. These brushes typically have a curved or contoured design, with the brush head resembling the body of a whale, and a handle that represents the whale's tail. The unique shape of the whale pool brush allows for efficient cleaning of hard-to-reach areas, such as corners, curves, and crevices in the pool. They are often used for detailed cleaning or spot cleaning in specific areas. Whale pool brushes come in various materials, such as plastic or nylon bristles, and can be found in different sizes to accommodate different pool types.
Q: How to choose the right material to customize the pool brush
The bristles of a pool brush are typically made from either nylon or stainless steel. Nylon bristles are softer and gentler on the pool surface, making them suitable for vinyl or fiberglass pools. Stainless steel bristles, on the other hand, are more durable and effective in removing tough stains and algae, but they may scratch certain pool surfaces like vinyl.
The handle of a pool brush is commonly made of materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, or plastic. Aluminum and stainless steel handles offer durability and strength, making them suitable for heavy-duty use. Plastic handles are lightweight and more affordable, but they may not be as sturdy as metal handles.
The frame of a pool brush can be made of plastic, aluminum, or stainless steel. Plastic frames are lightweight and less expensive, but they may not be as durable as metal frames. Aluminum frames are lightweight and corrosion-resistant, while stainless steel frames offer the highest durability and resistance to rust.
The connection between the brush head and handle can be customized as well. Some pool brushes use a screw-type connection, while others feature a quick-release mechanism for easy attachment and detachment.
Q: Where can the pool cleaning brush to use?
We could use brushes to scrub the pool walls to remove algae or other accumulations. It is essential to brush all the way down to the waterline and pay special attention to corners and crevices.
We could use pool brush to clean the floor of the pool, especially in areas where dirt and debris tend to accumulate. Regular brushing helps prevent the growth of algae and keeps the pool clean.
Steps and Ladders: If your pool has steps or ladders, these areas can be brushed to remove any dirt or algae that may have accumulated on them.
We could use pool brush to clean the tiles around the waterline. This area is susceptible to the formation of a waterline ring due to the buildup of oils, dirt, and other contaminants. Brushing helps keep the tiles clean and maintain the overall appearance of the pool.
Skimmer Baskets and Water Outlets:
While not directly related to the pool's surfaces, the pool brush can also be used to clean the skimmer baskets and water outlets. Brushing these areas helps remove any debris or blockages that may affect the pool's circulation system.
Looking for a brush with soft bristles that won't scratch or damage the spa surface. Begin by starting at the top of the spa and work your way down. This way, any debris or dirt that is dislodged will settle towards the bottom, making it easier to clean.Using gentle but firm pressure, scrub the walls, seats, and floor of the spa with the brush. Move the brush in circular motions or back-and-forth motions to effectively remove any dirt or grime.
Focus on the corners, crevices, and hard-to-reach areas where dirt tends to accumulate. Use the brush to reach these areas and scrub them thoroughly.If the water becomes dirty during the brushing process, you may need to drain and refill the spa. Alternatively, you can use a hose or bucket to rinse off the debris and dirt.
After brushing, check and clean the spa's filter. Remove any debris or particles that may have been loosened during the brushing process.
Fill the bathtub with warm water. Make sure the water level is high enough to cover the areas you want to clean.
Wet the pool cleaning brush by immersing it in the water. This will help create better traction and prevent scratching the surface of the bathtub.
Apply a suitable cleaning solution or mild detergent to the brush. You can use a bathroom cleaner, dish soap, or a mixture of baking soda and water.
Start scrubbing the bathtub surface using the pool cleaning brush. Use firm but gentle pressure to remove dirt, grime, and soap scum. Pay extra attention to any stained or hard-to-clean areas.
Scrub in circular motions or back-and-forth strokes, depending on what works best for you. Ensure you cover the entire bathtub surface, including the sides and corners.
Q: What is the service life of the pool cleaning brush?
The service life of a pool cleaning brush can vary depending on several factors, including the quality of the brush, frequency of use, maintenance, and the condition of the pool being cleaned. On average, a well-maintained and properly used pool cleaning brush can last anywhere from one to three years.
It's important to choose a high-quality brush made from durable materials such as nylon or polypropylene bristles, as they tend to withstand regular use and exposure to pool chemicals better. Additionally, regularly rinsing the brush with clean water after each use and storing it in a dry area can help prolong its lifespan.
Keep in mind that the condition of the pool itself can also impact the brush's longevity. If the pool has rough surfaces, excessive debris, or is not properly balanced, it can cause additional wear and tear on the brush, potentially reducing its service life.
Ultimately, it's a good idea to monitor the condition of your pool cleaning brush regularly and replace it when you notice signs of significant wear, bristle damage, or reduced effectiveness in cleaning the pool surfaces.
Q: How can I get the sample?
We can provide you with free sample, just need you to pay for the freight. We will choose the international express with low price and high transportation efficiency, We will refund the full amount to you when you place an official order next time.
Q: Do you sell the other pool accessories tools?
A: Yes, we do. Including pool robot cleaner, vacuum head ，leaf rakes，hooks，poles，skimmer net，jet vacuum，wall skimmer，pool thermometer，chlorine dispenser，splasher vacuum etc.