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Thread: Looking for the best price on a Winter Safety Cover

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    Looking for the best price on a Winter Safety Cover

    Can some one help me find a good price on a pool cover 16x32

    Thx Mike
    gunnite bottom and fiberglass walls that have been coated with epoxy paint. Approx. 24000 gallons, sand filter.

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    I found the best price for my custom Loop-loc at poolcenter.com
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    Anyone ever use or bought a cover from BackyardCityPools.com

    Im looking at this one

    http://www.backyardcitypools.com/pool-c ... id1632.htm

    Or this one on ebay
    140162356547

    What do you think???

    Thanks Mike
    gunnite bottom and fiberglass walls that have been coated with epoxy paint. Approx. 24000 gallons, sand filter.

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    Anyone ???
    gunnite bottom and fiberglass walls that have been coated with epoxy paint. Approx. 24000 gallons, sand filter.

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    If we were in the market for one, the one I'd get for sure would be the Pro Mesh. All the light blocking benefits of a solid cover, but the material is actually mesh. Sadly we just got a mesh Loop Loc 2 years ago, and light gets through so we use one of those black solar type covers in addition to the mesh. I wish the Pro Mesh would have been available then.

    http://www.waterwarehouse.com/products/sku-1652p.html

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