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Thread: Above ground pool ladder

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    May 2016
    Plano, Tx

    Above ground pool ladder

    My metal pool ladder has become very rusted. I can no longer put it into the pool water, as it releases metal into the water and deactivates all chemicals, turning the water green and cloudy. My question is has anyone else replaced their ladder with something different? I know they sell plastic ones that sit over the edge of pool, but I've been told they are upwards of $300.00? Can not spend that. Any suggestions? ?
    My pool is 16 x48, metal frame, latex.

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    Jul 2013
    Fletcher, OK

    Re: Above ground pool ladder

    Welcome to TFP Amy

    They are not cheap I know but they work very well... let's see if we can find a less expensive one

    here is one 75 bucks
    Swimming pool ladder
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    Aug 2013

    Re: Above ground pool ladder

    If you can't replace it, disassemble, sand and paint it.
    "...chemistry is not an exact science" -Mario Andrada, Rio 2016 Olympics spokesman
    21' x 52" Radiant Metric Round ~10K gal AGP with Hayward S180t pump/sand filter.
    Caldera (Watkins) Martinique 340 gallon installed in basement, Bromine and ozone.
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