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Thread: Winter Cover Recommendations

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    Winter Cover Recommendations

    I'm really tired of scooping out 10 pounds of leaves every day so I need a cover for my new pool. Anyone have a good rec for a decently priced source? I see that Leslie's has a big selection, but their prices don't look all that great and I'd rather buy online and save on tax. I really don't want the covers that require water filled fat sacks to hold down the edges (my parents pool had one when I was growing up and it was a total pain).
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    Re: Winter Cover Recommendations

    If you're just looking to keep leaves out, I've heard some good reviews of the Katchaleaf covers. They install in Texas. Katchaleaf Pool Cover: Leaf Cover for Swimming Pools
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