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I have an inground pool which is clear however there is sediment on the bottom ,how do i vacuum it thanks

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I have an in ground pool
posted by sibmrt on May 01, 2008
I have an in ground pool which is clear however
there is sediment on the bottom, how do I vacuum it
thanks


Hello,
This is not a vacuum question as per the website and more of a question fro someone in the in ground pool company and they have pool cleaning equipment that works for the sediment on the bottom of the pool, my friend had one and it was called a vacuum pool snake or something like that. Sorry I could not help you with this question.
Thanks, Don – The Vac Man
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Posted on May 01, 2008

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