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    liner cleaning

    could someone tell me the best cleanser to use to remove the oil and grime around the top of the liner where there is no water??
    a/g 24'round 4' app 13500 gal sand filter 16''hayward (100lbs sand)1hp single speed pump on timer 12 on 12 off day &night and i use the bbb maintaince

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    I have heard that either a Mr Clean Magic Eraser or swimming pool tile soap will usually work well.
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    Re: liner cleaning

    Quote Originally Posted by waterhog
    could someone tell me the best cleanser to use to remove the oil and grime around the top of the liner where there is no water??
    If you are very careful not to get any in the water - there is a product called Krud Kutter. I buy it at Lowe's in the pressure washer section. ALWAYS rinse with another sponge from a clean pail of water. Works great and I haven't encountered any problems with its use. Hope this helps.
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    hey thanks think ill try the magic eraser as with my luck id get the krud cutter in the pool and thats probaly not a good thing,thanks you guys are the Best...
    a/g 24'round 4' app 13500 gal sand filter 16''hayward (100lbs sand)1hp single speed pump on timer 12 on 12 off day &night and i use the bbb maintaince

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