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Thread: Pool Brush for New Plaster?

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    Pool Brush for New Plaster?

    Hey all,

    I know this isn't a complicated question but I just want to make sure I'm getting the right product. I've been using a SS brush during the first 2 weeks since my pool was plastered. My pool guy said I should switch over to a nylon brush because it might be too hard on the plaster. I've been reading and some say you need SS to help the plaster cure. Who is correct? Also, would a combo brush like the one linked below be the best of both worlds?

    18k gallon, 20x32, salt IC20, gunite with quartz finish, raised spa with overflow, flagstone coping, moss rock waterfall, Pentair Intelliflo variable speed pump, Pentair Racer, Pentair pool pump, cartridge filter, heater, etc., acid dispenser.
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    Re: Pool Brush for New Plaster?

    I would use a nylon brush for the first year.
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