Has anyone ever complained of scraped, cut or even slightly bleeding toes at your pool? Even if you haven’t had a visitor suffer from it, you’ve probably heard of it. It affects children more often than adults and is often called ‘pool toe’. It occurs when visitors are pushing off the bottom of the pool; if the surface is rough, pitted, or cracked, they end up with scrapes and skinned feet. In shallow water, the injuries can also occur on hands and knees.