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Doc sells one in his store here: http://www.rhtubs.com/store/vacuumes.htm The top one is a great vacuume, I have one and I recommended it to a friend and he loves it as well.
: So I gave up on my acrylic shell idea for an outdoor soaking tub/wading
: pool (since I couldn't find one) and went with an 8 foot round
: plastic stock tank. Which I'm really happy with and especially happy
: with the price. So now I'm at the how to keep the water clean phase,
: and I'm shopping around for an inexpensive vacuum. I've read so many
: product descriptions I'm blue in the face. Any recommendations? I'm
: looking for something really easy to use and not expensive (under
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