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Thread: Pool Rake and/or Vacuum

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    Mar 2016
    Houston, TX

    Pool Rake and/or Vacuum

    I keep getting leaves settling in the bottom of my hot tub. Any suggestions?

    I was considering getting a leaf rake or vacuum.
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    The Woodlands, TX
    in-ground plaster pool, hot tub overflow to pool (16,000 gallons), 48 sq ft Nautilus FNS DE filter, gas heater, dual main drains pool & hot tub, chlorine source bleach (10%) & trichlor tablets 2-3 times/yr, Taylor K-2006 kit, 55-60 gallons per minute flow

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    Mod Squad YippeeSkippy's Avatar
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    Jan 2012
    'burbs of Augusta, Georgia

    Re: Pool Rake and/or Vacuum

    PoolBlaster Max... a nice rechargeable hand/pole vac that works well for us.
    My Amazon Smile for November12K Fiberglass IG, Infinity 4000 automatic cover, SWCG, Hayward Sand Filter, Hayward 1.5 Pump, Doheny Discovery Robot, Savi Melody LED pool lights, outdoor speakers and other assorted doo-dads. Sundance Altamar Hot Tub.
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    Aug 2014
    Pacific NW

    Re: Pool Rake and/or Vacuum

    +1 on the pool blaster max....I bought mine last october and it has worked quite well, although recently it
    stopped taking a charge but it's within warranty replacement period. If I bought another I would buy
    an extended warranty if it's offered (if you buy it on amazon)
    16x32 IG Vinyl, 13,000 Gals. Hayward S-244T sand filter, SP2810X15 pump
    (1.5 HP motor) Raypak PR266AEN (266k btu) gas heater. TF-100 Test Kit.
    Dolphin E10 Cleaning Robot.

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