Mum praised for ‘amazing idea’ to keep her paddling pool warm | The Sun

A MUM has been praised for her "amazing idea" to keep her paddling pool warm.

DeeDee took to TikTok to share the clever hack, which involved hooking up a hot tub heater to her pool.

"Paddling pool hack," she wrote over the video.

"Lazy z spa heater attached to filter system."

People in the comments section were quick to praise DeeDee, with one writing: "Amazing idea."

"Winning – trying this later," another added.

'Holy hell, this is amazing thanks bubs," a third commented.

"Omg thank you so much, so glad I seen this tiktok. I've just attached ours to our pool," someone else wrote.

However, others insisted that it's not worth a potentially huge increase to the electricity bill to warm the pool.

"There’s one in my garage and the pool is in the garden at £10 a day to run it, s*d that – the kids can get in it cold," one wrote.

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"30 degrees in 5 days and a massive wad of cash," another added.

"It cost me £16 to get my lazy spa up to heat, used to be £8 & thats with a the top on it, god knows how much that's costing you," a third commented.

"Better sell a kidney."

But someone else insisted that they had tried the same hack and it only costs 68p a day to run the heater.

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Another person asked DeeDee just how she set up the heater, to which she shared another video and wrote: "The filter isn’t actually plugged in – doesn’t need to be because the heater is also filtering.

"Hope that makes sense… We just cut one of the pipes."

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