I purchased a Tigershark robot this year and now that I know what to expect have been happy with it. The hard to reach areas of the angled and vertical walls and corners need to be brushed better than what the robot seems to be able to do. I have a nylon/synthetic brush I used for cleaning my wood deck that feels about the same as my pool brush and was thinking I would like to try that in the areas that the robot is having difficulty, would this be OK for the liner? Is there a more aggressive "brush" that I can get for the Tigershark? I'm not sure what the stuff is but it is like a scum that is stuck in the small low spots, I don't remember having them last year and I don't think I used the brush more than 1 or 2 times. Looking for thoughts to help bring the pool to the next level. Thanks
On a side note when we were in the pool on Sunday I told the wife we might need to add some water for the first time this year. Then Sunday night we get a torrential rain of 6 inches and the pool is overfilled now and I need to pump some out. The bad part is with all the rain we have been getting I get a lot of worms in the pool which are taken care of thanks to the Tigershark.