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    PoolSkim is Awesome! Here is a review I did.



    I got this to clean out the leaves from my big oak tree and my neighbors cottonwood that snows in my pool all day. If you have a free pressure side return, or do not mind switching to suction for your sweep (which I like much better so far), I would highly recommend picking one of these up!
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    Re: PoolSkim is Awesome! Here is a review I did.

    I wonder if this would worked with an Intex? I need one, but don't want to lose the water height by installing a regular skimmer.
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    Re: PoolSkim is Awesome! Here is a review I did.

    They are great for throwing your CYA sock into also!

    During the fall, my PoolSkim can fill up twice a day!
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    Re: PoolSkim is Awesome! Here is a review I did.

    Quote Originally Posted by PAGirl View Post
    I wonder if this would worked with an Intex? I need one, but don't want to lose the water height by installing a regular skimmer.
    I don't see why not as long as you have a threaded return that can produce a little pressure. It works even at low pressure, but I find the more you crank the return, the more pull it has.
    Jeff || 19,000g IGP || SwimClear 3025 Cartridge Filter || Hayward TriStar 1.39 THP pump || K-2006 Test Kit || 80% Surface Coverage Heliocol || Hayward Controller || Hayward Phoenix 4X4 || "Solar Rings" || PoolSkim

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