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Is there a good solution for a leaf cover/net?

Posted by wizard19 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 10, 11 at 12:02

We have two large oak trees that provide excellent shade over our pool in central Texas. They also provide tons of leaves/acorns (spring and fall) and pollen in the spring that fall into the pool? Is there a good solution for a leaf net? I have seen "Katchaleaf" but they are rather expensive (about $1,500) for our pool (15 x 32). We are also adding a heater in our current pool remodel so we will need to get a new solar cover also but the solar cover is limited on the ability of keeping debris out of the pool.

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RE: Is there a good solution for a leaf cover/net?

You are going to have to either invest in a chainsaw, or Katchaleaf.

RE: Is there a good solution for a leaf cover/net?

I'd like someone to buy one of these and tell me how it works:

Here is a link that might be useful:

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