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    donniespool's Avatar
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    Nov 2013

    Solar blanket

    I have always used solar blankets. Usually they last a year and a half then begin to disintegrate. My last blanket was recently disposed off during my recent green pool battle. It was falling apart also. I have a home made roller that works well. Is there another method I have overlooked. It seems like I read that cutting the otherwise unmanageable cover into pieces was a decent idea and worked. Also, now that I am onboard with the TFP method is there a problem using the solar blanket..As most know, they heat the pool 10 degrees without a a fairly short amount of time..thanks
    in ground gunite/plaster 16x30..3-6-3 play pool, sand filter, 1 hp pump..single speed... built in 77 replastered in 05
    15300 gallons. chlorine tabs no test kit

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    pwrstrk's Avatar
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    Aug 2012
    Elverson Pa.

    Solar blanket

    Your solar cover won't affect the TFP methods at all if that's what your wondering. I use one and you can probably guess I follow the TFP methods.
    I have mine cut in half and that helped out a lot with managing it. I also use the solar saddle's to store it. They work good for me. 😎
    24'x54" AG Morada RTR (by wilbar) 13'500 gal. Hayward Powerflo Matrix 1hp 2 speed. Hayward Perflex EC65 DE filter.

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