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Sun Safety For Kids With Pool Enclosures

We all love the sun. When you're the proud owner of an outdoor pool you want to spend almost every minute soaking up the rays beside it or cooling off in the water.

We all need some exposure to the sun, too – sunlight is our main source of vitamin D for healthy bones. But too much sunlight can be dangerous, especially for children. Hence to get the installation services of roof covers for pool enclosures you can visit

How can you protect your children by the pool in the summer? What sun safety tips can you follow for healthy outdoor fun? Most children absorb between 50 and 80 percent of their lifetime exposure to the sun before they reach the age of 18. Kids love the sun and it can be hard to get them out of the pool.

Teaching them safe sun techniques when they're small is vital to protect their health throughout life. Cover kids up – all children need protection from the sun with hats, sunglasses, T-shirts, and sunscreen. Kids should wear sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30.

Children may be reluctant at first to wear a hat or keep their T-shirts on when it's sunny. Exposure to the sun is more dangerous for kids with moles on their skin, very fair hair and skin, and a history of skin cancer in the family. You should take extra care when your kids fall into any of these categories.

Remember that the sun's strength is different at different times of the year. The sun is strongest in the summer, so restrict exposure to the sun further during the summer vacation.