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Thread: Pool brush recommendation

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    May 2015
    Cartersville, GA

    Pool brush recommendation

    Looking for a recommendation of a brand of steel scrub brush for my pool. The one I have, just plain old steel brush from Wal-Mart, Home-Depot, etc. 2nd season using it... When I use it, the bristles come out and are left all over the pool to stick feet or hands when emptying the Polaris bag.
    20k gal, Plaster/Pebble, Pentair Tagelus Sand filter TA100D w/ TM-22 multiport valve;
    Intelliflo Variable Speed 3hp pump; Aqua Rite 25k SWG, Polaris 280 Sweep Vac

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    Jul 2013
    Fletcher, OK

    Re: Pool brush recommendation

    I have this one but no metal bristles, they work great and get great reviews.. This one has the metal in it... : SweepEase SS/POLY BLEND Brush AquaDynamic Pool Brush, 18-Inch : Patio, Lawn Garden
    Pool: Intex 16x32 15000 gal, 2 speed 340042, Pentair CC320 Filter, CircuPool SJ45 Salt System, Intermatic PE653RC; Hot Tub: 650 Gal SWG Megachlor
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    May 2012
    Austin, TX

    Re: Pool brush recommendation

    I have that same one. Excellent.

    IG pebble, 15,000 gallon
    48 PentAir DE Filter with backwash valve
    PentAir Whisperflo pump with 1hp 2-speed motor
    Aquabot 4WD, Poolskim
    Intermatic Dual Timeclock with freezeguard
    DIY chlorine feed

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    Jan 2014
    Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia

    Re: Pool brush recommendation

    i use the whale tail brush
    the spoiler adds downforce brushing much harder
    when you pull back the spoiler folds over making it easy to pull back : The Wall Whale Classic Swimming Pool Brush : Patio, Lawn Garden
    SWG inground peanut shaped eco-bright concrete pool
    50,000 litres 13,000 gallons
    Lincoln Salt Chlorinator, 25 gram cell Sand Filter with glass media
    Taylor K2006-C test kit, Taylor K-1766 salt test, Dolphin M500 pool cleaner
    are you taking care of your pool or is the poolshop taking care of you

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    Aug 2012
    DFW, TX

    Re: Pool brush recommendation

    I use this one, Paradise 18 Turbo Brush Swimming Pool Brush | PTB100 and it works great. I wanted a little extra pressure without a full on whale tail.
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    Jul 2015
    Central Valley CA

    Re: Pool brush recommendation

    +1 on the Wall Wale never going back to a normal brush, I tried a normal one for a total of 2 weeks and could not believe the difference when I got the wale. The brush they sell with the whale tail is nice and the tail can also be installed on many other brush heads when the brush wears out.
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