acid wash pool
You could wash your pool walls with pool acid.
What kind of stains? Magic Eraser takes off most stains.
try oops! or goof-off
It sounds like some sort of algae when you expose it to the pools water it brings it under controll.
Just scrub with a rough sponge
clean it with peroxide
I would think you could use "Oops!" or "Goof Off", which are liquid emulsifiers and do a good job of dissolving various glues. You will most definitely need to wash the wall after you get the "sticker stains" off.
Have you tried muriatic acid? be careful with the stuff though.
i only found this answer:Try a chealating agent -- a liquid stain remover. It may take two quarts to do the job. Follow the mfg's instructions.
Green stains (copper color) that cannot be removed indicate you might have a pH problem. K
A lot of scrubbing and some chlorine
Use a steal wire brush to brush off the yellow stains. Also, it might help to keep the chlorine level high.
What is the best way to remove algae stains from the pool liner?Empty the pool, use a soft brush, mild detergent and water to remove algae stains from the pool liner. Thoroughly rinse and dry before refilling or storage. http://www.air-inflatablepools.com
I've had some success with muriatic acid- although you have to be very careful & only works if stains not too deep. They sell it in pool supplies.
It totally depends on what made the stains, not what color they are.
I use baking soda to clean my acrylic tub/shower. It gets out a multitude of stains. Maybe it will work on this
just ask your wife ,she'll know what to do?
Yes.. If the lite ring or facering are corroded the chemical ballance has been way off..
I don't believe it does - I think it just prevents stains. I have calcium stains on my pool because I poured powedered shock into the pool over the winter when the water wasn't circulating (don't do that!) -- now I'm grinding them off by hand witha diamond abrasive pad screwed to a long metal pool and it's grueling work. There's no way a checmial would take these off - even a wire brush didn't make a dent. Good luck
Steamlining is when you put your arms in an arrow and push off the wall of the pool with your feet.
If the stains are more than a few hours old you will have to drain the pool to do an acid wash. Another alternative is to do what is called in the industry a "no-dran" acid wash - and yes the spelling is correct there because it is the manufacurer's way to spell it. The product is put out by United Chemical Co in California. Possibly in Simi Valley. Can be found in most major pool stores at times. You must follow all the instructions on the container or it will not work properly. You also must know when to stop the process. It is best for a professional to do this type of work. If trained properly he will know when to react to the different chemical situations that are involved.
turn the pool pump off,take off the cover of the pool skimmer box, The pool water level must be above the area where the skimmer box meets the pool wall. If it is not, add water to the pool until it is at least 1 inch above this seam.
Acid wash it with a presure sprayer.