When we had stains or opened up our pool in the spring, after getting the debris out and the water was clean, and the "chlorine level was very high" that is when we would scrub the pool liner down with nylon brushes, "high chlorine level and nylon brushes" is all we used and when we were done the liner looked great.
Brown stains can be removed by doing a shock treatment for the pool and then scrubbing the stain. Enzyme based pool chemicals will also remove brown stains.
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Try algecide gel and a soft sponge. You might also try Vitamin C tablets in a sock.
quit pooping in it
Drain pool and clean with muriatic acid
I have a fiberglass pool and I am constantly battling with iron stains. It is not impossible to remove the stains. I get brown stains in my pool and I treat them with jacks magic stain solution #1. Check out their website. They show different pictures of different types of stains. The stuff does remove the stains quickly, but it is expensive. Hope this helps.
Place vitamin C tablets in a sock and let the sock sit on the stains for up to two minutes. It's that easy.
Sounds like the PH is wrong in the pool try adjusting to the correct PH
clean it with peroxide
that's easy! 1) remove vinyl 2) install granite
Sometimes "Metal Free" by itself will only remove the Metal Causing the stains and it wont do anything but keep it from getting worse. Use Leslie's "Stain Remover" if the stain remains, then use some more "Metal Free."
You can try a mind vinyl cleaner available at most pool supply stores, but if the burn is actually into the vinyl you may not be able to clean it entirely.
Bleach might do it. Also investigate the cause of the stains by observing pool users.
You can get a stain remover to eliminate the stains in the bottom of your pool. You may also want to hire a professional to determine what the stains are in your pool.
Being a 'salt water' pool has no influence on a) how you would remove the stains or b) what caused the stains - so treat the stains as you would in any type of pool. Determine what the stains are. Algae? Metal staining? etc. Your Pool Service or local Pool Shop should be able to help determine that and also recommend the appropriate treatment.
I have a build up of salt on my pool liner in the deep end of my pool, how can I get this broke up to clean my pool.
Try one of those Mr. Clean magic eraser sponges. Just dip it in the pool water and wipe everything down. I used it on my pool steps and they look like new. It is very non-abrasive. Let me know what you think. The brown to yellowish stains can re removed with acid.
First, find out what the stains are. Iron staining? Stain from using Morton System Saver salt pellets? Algae? Your pool service man should be able to tell you. Then take the appropriate action to remove - ask your local pool shop or pool service person.
To remove sediment from a vinyl quick set pool you will need a pool vacuum. Move the vacuum very slowly as you work so that it has a chance to catch everything.
As long as the vinyl liner pool is inground, it can be converted. But you'll probably have to remove all of the vinyl pool elements until you have reduced the pool to a big hole in the ground and then start from there. All it takes is time and money!
One pound of ascorbic acid per 10,000 gallons.
There is a product on the market that we use with our pool customers. It is called "Stain Out" by Regal Brand. It is best to use when the chlorine is level is below .5 ppm. You add this product by sprinkling directly over the problem area after is has been pre dissolved in a bucket of water. Shortly thereafter you add a "metal out" remover. This product is ideal for treating metal and mineral stains from vinyl, fiberglass, plaster and tile surfaces. For more information contact us at www.ccpoolspa.com JP
Permanent brown stains on a concrete pool are caused by improper pH in the water. High levels of calcium can leave extensive staining on the pool's surface.
The stain in pool liners look unsightly and ruin the appearance of your pool. You can Remove the Pool Stains with the Brush, if the stains caused by metallic reactions then you can either use chlorine tablets or a commercial metal stain remover.
Sodium Hypochlorate 5.25% AKA Bleach. Y-THINK-Y