How to Remove Calcium From Pool Tile

how-to-remove-calcium-from-pool-tileYou might notice some white chalky calcium over the surface of your pool tiles. The calcium caused by hard water isn’t dangerous, but it can detract from the attractiveness of the pool. If left in place, calcium deposits can also build up, causing filter failure. Removing calcium from the tile without causing damage is possible with the use of a muriatic acid solution. The acid will strip away the calcium, leaving your tiles in pristine condition

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How to Remove Calcium From Pool Tile

Calcium deposits on the surface of swimming pool tiles can result in an entire pool pockmarked with unsightly white stains. Calcium stains should be cleaned when you notice them, because over time, the calcium can penetrate the tile, making the stains much more difficult to remove.

2 Comments on How to Remove Calcium From Pool Tile

  1. Great post and informative video!

  2. I had heard that calcium build up wasn’t necessarily bad for the tile, but I didn’t know that it could stain. My pool has had a lot of calcium on it for quite a while, and I wonder if it will be hard to clean it off now. I think I’ll need to hire a professional to do it for me if I have a hard time.

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