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I was cleaning out the shed I inherited (which seems to be dedicated only to pool stuff) and found some things I couldn't identify and/or didn't know whether to keep. Please let me know your thoughts!
1. This is a white bucket with a "Gator" logo on top. When you open it up (see other picture), it's like a bucket with holes that goes within the other bucket. I have no idea what it is supposed to do. Google didn't help.
2. This looks like just regular ductwork, but is there any reason it would be in the shed or that I would need it?
3. This is marked "Rainbow Guardian". (?!) Google didn't help, but I see some mesh inside so I am guessing this is a vacuum attachment? Is that right? If so, what's it officially called?
4. Standard vinyl duct--why would this be in there? Any need for it?
5. Patch for a vinyl liner? It doesn't match my actual liner--is that normal?
6. This is just a beach ball
7. A brush in a little carrier -- what might this be used for? Is there something else that's supposed to go in the carrier?
8. This is a standard access panel for electrical work. Are there any other uses for this?
9. This is a Purolator breather filter. Is there any use for this other than automotive? I'm just not sure why this stuff would be in the pool shed. I have a big garage and lots of inherited car/boat stuff is in there.
10. This is a porcelain touch-up kit. I can't think of where there's any porcelain...any ideas?
11. This appears to be some parts of an Aqua Genie skimmer. I can't tell whether it was ever installed or not. It's a different size than the Aqua Genie skimmer on the pool now. Why would someone have extra skimmer parts?
12. What is this thing? It looks (as best I can tell) like it is meant to sit on the ground. Is it supposed to cover something? Is it some kind of stool or ladder? Should I keep it?
13. This is a heavy base--what do you think this was used for? I tried putting a Tiki Torch in there, but the opening's too big.
14. That's the corner of the pool concrete up there. Any idea why this stump wasn't completely removed?
The other picture is clearly a DE filter, I'm just wondering why someone would have another filter. Is there any way I can test to see if it's still good without hooking it up? Is a cartridge filter (that's what I have now) better than a DE one? Will I ever need this one? Is it worth anything?
Thanks as always for your help! Every day I am grateful that I found this place!