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« Reply #10 on: June 27, 2005 11:27:40 AM »

You could use that rubber shelf liner stuff as the canvas, it's like a rubber mesh, and then you could hook the bags onto that.  Solves the rust and pokey problem.  Or you might try checking the dollar store and looking for some rubbery placemats or something like that that you could just put down.  The dollar store by us sells those rugs woven out of fabric strips, those might be okay.
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« Reply #11 on: June 27, 2005 03:11:19 PM »

I just got a *ton* of burlap coffee sacks.  They're 3'x2', and they might be neat next to a poolside (also easliy disposable). PM me if you can't find those in your area and I can ship a couple your way.
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« Reply #12 on: June 27, 2005 10:01:35 PM »

try thinking of it this way
*spend a few bucks on a cheap mat
*spend hours makeing and figureing out how to make one

personally i'd rather go to the dollar store or walmart to look for a cheap one
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« Reply #13 on: June 28, 2005 06:09:09 AM »

I just got a *ton* of burlap coffee sacks. They're 3'x2', and they might be neat next to a poolside (also easliy disposable). PM me if you can't find those in your area and I can ship a couple your way.

Thanks so much for the offer.

try thinking of it this way
*spend a few bucks on a cheap mat
*spend hours makeing and figureing out how to make one

personally i'd rather go to the dollar store or walmart to look for a cheap one

I'm about to realize that. . . I just can't help but think when I look at those things I can make something more attractive myself! Thanks to all of you for helping me with this!!
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« Reply #14 on: July 21, 2005 09:21:24 PM »

Our pool is in-ground and surrounded in concrete so i can't even imagine how messy it gets, but could you move the pool into your driveway and back into the yard when you're not using it then the water would just be on the blacktop or rocks or concrete.
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