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Can you use the same water-treatment chemicals in vinyl-lined and cement-lined pools?

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Vinyl lined pools require less chemical treatment to use since it is not a porous material unlike cement lined ones require more chemical treatment (more porous material). Cement lined ones form more algae than vinyl.

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