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    Pool railing hole covers

    I have a pool railing that is not being installed on my concrete deck this year. Does anyone make covers for the holes/recepticles for the railing? I'd prefer cromed plastic or stainless but anything is better than a big empty hole.



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    Re: Pool railing hole covers

    Are the holes threaded or smooth? I bet it wouldn't be too hard to find some kind of plug to fit nicely in there, in a variety of materials.
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    Re: Pool railing hole covers

    PVC caps come to mind as something that would fill these holes nicely!
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    Re: Pool railing hole covers

    I use 2" test plugs to keep water out of mine in the winter.
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