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Thread: Loop Loc particals floating on surface? Help

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    Loop Loc particals floating on surface? Help

    So my cover needs to be replace and last week when I opened the pool I found thousands of little green pieces to my cover floating on the surface.

    They don't sink in the skimmer, they slip through the leaf catcher, I even tried putting a tee shirt over my leaf catcher but that just pushes them away.

    Any Ideas on a easy way to get these little buggers out?
    19,000 gal - Vinyl IG - Sand filter -1.5hp. - Taylor k 2006 - Loop Loc cover

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    Re: Loop Loc particals floating on surface? Help

    You might want to try a fine mesh skimmer net like this one:

    http://www.amazon.com/Poolmaster-211...R5ABPE71PYXCNS

    I have it and it is still holding up well after 3 years.
    Karen
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    Re: Loop Loc particals floating on surface? Help

    Quote Originally Posted by kcindc View Post
    You might want to try a fine mesh skimmer net like this one:

    http://www.amazon.com/Poolmaster-211...R5ABPE71PYXCNS

    I have it and it is still holding up well after 3 years.
    Thanks, that looks pretty nice, If my cheese cloth homemade net doesn't work, I will try that.
    19,000 gal - Vinyl IG - Sand filter -1.5hp. - Taylor k 2006 - Loop Loc cover

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