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How would you describe a gunite pool Are they common?

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The gunite pool is basically what most people refer to as the in-ground concrete pool. Because this pool will shape to the contours of your yard, it is a great choice for those who want something more unique than the typical vinyl lined pools. The tile on the gunite pool can be cleaned with household tile cleaner when you are doing your deep cleaning of your pool. This requires that the pool be drained and rinsed thoroughly.

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You would go to a pool builder

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absolutely. consult ur pool professional

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It would be much simpler to call a local pool builder to have them explain what it entails. k

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