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Thread: Potential liner damage

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    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    St. Stephen, New Brunswick Canada

    Potential liner damage

    I think that I know the answer to this but, I gotta ask: last year I found this site and used the bleach, borax and baking soda "thing" and we had the best and least expensive chemical year ever. This year we had to get a new solar cover and the "pool guy" asked about chemicals and I told him what we had done last year. He got a shocked look and told us that we were degrading our vinyl liner and the chlorine we were using was weaker and probably much older than the department store chlorine.
    My question: will following the BBB method properly harm any parts of my 24 foot above ground pool?
    Thanks. Great site!!
    24" round above ground vinyl pool
    Hayward SP2295 1.5 HP pump
    Hayward 24" Pro Series Sand filter
    Pool is about 12 years old with a disassembly then reassembly two years ago
    AquaPro Pro 500 heater

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    Defgufman's Avatar
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    Mar 2015
    Savannah GA

    Re: Potential liner damage

    Not if you follow it correctly
    Inground 13,200 gal Vinyl, Pentair 3/4 hp pump, Pentair Sand Dollar filter, Polaris 280

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