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Thread: Mesh Cover next to a waterfall

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    Mesh Cover next to a waterfall

    I have a black mesh cover that seems to do it's job. Last year I opened to pretty clear water. I did get a lot of leaves in through the gap between the safety cover and the waterfall. Is there something I can shove in there to help keep the leaves out?

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    The length of the waterfall is about 24'
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    Re: Mesh Cover next to a waterfall

    From the looks of it, you could try to install the safety cover and then stretch a tarp or tarps the length of the waterfall and high enough to either go over the top of the rocks or part way up the rocks. You could also wedge a line of pool noodles on top of the safety cover along the water fall to see if that keeps things out.
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