How to Clean a Cartridge Type Swimming Pool Filter

Above ground swimming pools offer a lot of fun and excercise in the summer time, but maintaining them can be an expensive matter. For those who want to save some money, or simply reduce waste, cleaning the filter, rather than buying a new one is an option.

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