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    Light dirt from bottom of the pool..

    What is the best way to clean this. My vacuum doesn't seem to pick this up..
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    Re: Light dirt from bottom of the pool..

    I would brush the pool frequently to stir the water and get the dirt to the filter.
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    Re: Light dirt from bottom of the pool..

    A manual vacuum is the best way to get it but if you don't have one then Suzi's advice is good.
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