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    samwestx's Avatar
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    Pool brush.....

    What is a must have for brushing pool plaster?......mixed (stainless steel and nylon) or pure stainless steel?
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    Re: Pool brush.....

    With a new pool, you should only be using nylon. I like the wall whale (not the XL). My nylon brush eventually fell apart, so I moved the tail over to a combo SS/nylon brush
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    Re: Pool brush.....

    Brand new plaster I would say nylon only if it's a year or more old I would say 50/50 love my wall whale.
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