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Thread: Volleyball in Vinyl Pool

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    Volleyball in Vinyl Pool

    Hello! Getting excited to finally be able to use the pool I've been taking care of all winter long. One question: we have a vinyl-lined sport pool (rectangular, shallow on both ends, deep in the middle) which is perfect for volleyball. I was wondering if it would be ok to use a real volleyball in the pool or if we should stick with a Jimmy Buffett-style "beach ball"? I don't know if a real one would be too rough on the vinyl.

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    2005 build, 16K gal, IG - vinyl, 3/4 hp WhisperFlo pump, sand filter, Polaris cleaning robot

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    Re: Volleyball in Vinyl Pool

    A "real" vollyball will have no affect on your pool. A "real" leather ball will get a little stiff from being in the water but it is perfectly OK.
    Dave S.
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