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Re: Garden Pools

> ould be
> temporary.  With a couple more questions he admitted that a good washing with
> water would eliminate the dust, and if one scrubbed the liner with good brush
> and some household cleaner, like 409, rinse the liner well, fill the pool with
> water and let it soak for two to three weeks, and then drain it and refill it,
> there should be no problem.

a small point to add- do not use any cleaners that have an ammonia base. Ammonia
is very toxic to fish. I would use something like a gentle detergent like dreft.
Putting a handful of epsom salt to every 50 gallons of water will also help
protect fish. It helps condition the water.

Ray W z5
Mentor, Ohio

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