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Thread: reopening pool

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    holland michigan

    reopening pool

    We have a 33' foot round above ground pool with a 6' deep end. We closed the pool 2 years ago in very poor condition, meaning a lot of algea. We had decicded to take it down this coming fall but have changed our mind. It has had a cover on it which has a large tear in it. My question is what steps do you think we should take to get it ready to open next year. I was wondering if there was a way to empty it and some how clean the liner before we fill it and put a cover on it for the winter so that come next spring we can just basically open it up and start enjoying it again after 2 years.

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    DFW, TX

    Re: reopening pool

    Welcome to TFP!

    The best thing to do would be to scoop out all the debris, SLAM it and then close it.
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