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post #1 of Old 07-08-2006, 11:06 PM Thread Starter
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I'm close to closing a deal at the local country club to wash the club house/pro shop building and all the concrete including the pool deck or pool side. How do all you guys handle the dirty water and chemicals around the pool. I don't have the equipment to reclaim so I do I keep it out of the pool. Thanks.

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Hey Barry,

If chlorine is the chem of choice, it's most likely already present in the pool anyway. You'll get a little dirt in the pool, but nothing the filter can't handle. Just spray from the pool apron back until you have some working room.

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Sounds simple enough, thanks Don. I wasn't sure if I wanted all that extra chlorine going into the pool. I'd hate for the old ladies of the pool aerobics class to be pissed at me when their suits bleach out. lol

But really, I guess what little might get in the pool won't be enough to do anything, thanks.

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Dirt and pool algae can create cloudy pool water or give the water a green tint, thats why its must to get rid of dirt and chemical around the pool. Pools need to be vacuumed and brushed on a regular basis to keep the water in tip top shape. Use a skimmer or leaf rake to catch any items that may be floating along the top of the pool water.
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