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    In Need of a good brush

    i am looking for a good quality brush for my vinyl pool. i see there are alot of different ones to choose from but i just dont know which one to buy. i dont want to hurt my liner from brushing with a very stiff brush. i dont have to worry about brushing off any algae (as of now). any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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    Re: In Need of a good brush

    Most any brush with plastic bristles will do. I like the brushes with the upward curved ends to help get better coverage in corners and rounded areas. The Wall Whale brush is nice as it helps you put pressure against the walls or bottom as you push.
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    Re: In Need of a good brush

    I like this one, Paradise 18 Turbo Brush Swimming Pool Brush | PTB100

    It gives nice extra pressure without having the full giant whale tail.
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    Re: In Need of a good brush

    Quote Originally Posted by pooldv View Post
    I like this one, Paradise 18 Turbo Brush Swimming Pool Brush | PTB100

    It gives nice extra pressure without having the full giant whale tail.
    I like the looks of that... if only it came in a longer version!
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