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Are you sure you don't want to be looking at a hydraulic cement or mortar rather than just Portland cement? http://www.lowes.com/pd_41334-96-00924_0__?productId=3033247 Or something like this? http://www.superior-industries.com/pro_patch_600_product_271.html I'm not trying to advocate specific products or brands, but illustrating example of products that ...


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Wire up both pumps as if you was wiring up two single-pole light switches. Then instead of using the standard single pole switch, buy two Wemo WiFi light switches. When setting up these switches the Wemo app gives you the option of naming these switches along with several other options. If you only want to use one pump at a time then both pumps need to be on ...


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My family had a pool that would be covered over the winter. We would use a simple garden hose to siphon the water off. The siphon would be started by putting one end in the pool and filling the hose up through the spigot. When it was disconnected it would start siphoning immediately. The end of the hose was put in a beach play bucket with a brick in it so ...


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The water in the pool will also be gross, so I wouldn't rule out option 1. Especially if you'd otherwise be refilling the pool with a water source that has metals or other problematic contaminants. Option 2 will work if and only if you can get the siphon hose outlet to a lower point than the water on the cover. If you can reach that level then I would ...



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