The Angry Egg
Cleaning your pool has to be as pain-staking an event me cleaning mine. I am always looking for new products to keep my pool crystal clean and clear. I used to pay for service, but things got a little tight, and I made pool keeping and lawn keeping, part of my weekly chores again. I figured that I could also get in a little exercise as well. One of the things that makes it tough to keep my pool the way I like it is, the Florida sunshine, and rain. Anyone that lives in Florida can agree.
I have also been reluctant to shed out some $1200.00 to make my pool a salt pool instead of the good old chlorine. I end up jumping into the pool more and more myself, especially as my kids get older. So I figure, I can hold off on the salt-chlorinating systems for a few more years.
I used to use many of the pool companies, like pinch-a-penny around my neck of the woods, but Lowe’s help improvement centers are so much closer to my home, that for the price I just can’t really say that what I spend in fuel getting to pinch-a-penny, just isn’t pinching enough of those pennies for me. So I go to Lowe’s.
Always looking for something easy, safe, and cheap I came across the Angry Egg. Now I am not selling these eggs, and I do not make a penny off of this product. Although I would like too. I don’t. But walking through the pool supply area of my local Lowe’s, I came across this product. This review of the “Angry Egg” is based on my own pool and I cannot vouch for any other pools or results.
Here is how the Angry Egg, which I assume came before Angry Birds? Right? I don’t know just guessing…For about $21.00 dollars at my local Lowe’s help center, I purchased a huge Yellow egg. This egg comes loaded with pool supplies that are supposed to take the cloudiest pool and make it clear, so long as the chemicals are balanced within the pool. So do not expect miracles if your pool is not balanced. At least this is what the box states. You take this Angry Egg, and toss it into your pool. What happens is that the chemicals are released into the pool and you should run your motor for 8 hours to let the chemicals go to work and clear up your cloudy pool.
I toss the Angry Egg, in at night. I just figure that during the night, there is less heat and no sun, so the product would be as intense as it possibly could be. I was not disappointed. In fact I was very pleased to see that the product does just what it is intended to do. Clear up your cloudy pool. Now, the verdict is up to you as to whether you can get better results from the $21.00 egg, or the shock that you currently use. Those results remain to be seen for yourself. I recommend the product, because I watched it work. I watched the egg surface just like the package said it would, and I removed it from the water just that easy. Check your local Lowe’s home improvement centers, and check local pricing for the Angry Egg.