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    Recommend a pole for brushing?

    Hi,

    Can someone recommend a good pole for brushing? The builder gave me one, but it flexes when I extend it, and when I do, it doesn't stay locked and slides and shortens. Also, with the flexing, I don't seem to get good contact with whatever I'm brushing.

    Thanks,
    Doug

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    Re: Recommend a pole for brushing?

    I have Poolmaster Pole These are made with ribbed aluminium rather than straight aluminum that flexes more.

    Mine is a few years old and has minimal flex when I rake leaves in the center of my 20x40 pool. Does pretty well with my manual vacuum head too.

    Better reviews on this one Jed Pole but I haven't tried one.
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