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Many service techs are using Hammerheads or another brand equivalent (the ones that are hooked to the ball hitch on trucks). If you're not ready to spend the money on that pricey piece of equipment, all you need is a good metal swivel-handled vacuum head. Pair that with a commercial grade, no-kink vacuum hose and you are set for most screened in pools. The Rainbow Pro model 214 was my favorite. When cleaning a dozen pools a day, you will appreciate the maneuverability and smooth rolling it offers compared to cheaper vac heads. And if you've ever dealt with a vac hose that kinks or pinches, it's worth the price to have a hose that won't drive you crazy all day.
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