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
I've used Goo Gone to remove stains from vinyl bags before. I would test it on an inconspicuous area first to make sure it doesn't harm the finish. I used it mostly to remove surface stains and dirt, so if your stain is deep into the vinyl it might not work as well.
If it is a deep scratch you cannot usually remove it. Sometimes if a scratch is somewhat on the surface then a floor stripper might remove its appearance.
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.
Grease are not easy to remove. They are generally with very high specific gravity and makes deep penetration into any fabric it comes in contact. Hence any ordinary agent will not be able to remove its stains. Grease stain removal are made easy with products which are especially made for freeing stubborn stains.
I have heard that it removes deep stains. It problably removes surface stains too. I have deep stains and crest whitestrips somewhat removed them but im going to bleach them soon.
Pet urine, blood and food stains need deep cleaning to make the carpet look new. If proper cleaning techniques are not used it can deteriorates the stain and odor issues, making the removal procedure more hard for the carpets. The professional attention is necessary to treat urine, feces, vomit or other natural pet stains.
Try deep woods off insect repellant. It will remove permanent marker off of most anything, remove fingernail polish and works on mosquitoes as well. It works. Ive tried it.
Its a oval shape pool, 19,3'X43' size, 4' deep at one end, after 12' slopes down to 10' deep.
It is a very deep reddish brown.
Normally cosmetic stains are oil based. Hence they get deep seated into the carpet fabric in between the strands. Vanish products are ace in stain removal and they have special carpet cleaning detergent. You can try either Vanish oxi action gel or carpet and upholstery spray. It is easy to use and you just need to apply on it and leave for sometime. The stains literally vanishes!
Most food stains will come out with detergent and water, or with surfactants such as in carpet cleaners. However, some deep set stains resist removal. Depending on the type of carpet, it may be safe to lightly sponge with isopropanol (found in some metal cleaners) to remove the pigments deposited. You can use very dilute white vinegar to remove stains left by stomach acid. This is highly dependent on the fabric/polymer used in the carpet, so test on a similar material before using any organic solvents. (Isopropanol is among the safest and is used as a solvent in many fabric glues. Acetone in nail polish remover can discolor fabrics, as can naphtha in lighter fluid.) -- There is also a commercial product sold for various stains left by pets, which has enzymes that can break down complex food stains.
Deep cleaning the may seems to work. But be sure you let the may get rinsed of any solvents used to remove the stains before you let or sit dry and use again.
It is highly unlikely.
A deep, dark brown, quite often.
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.
yes if it is really deep fill it in with dirt until you reach the depth you want then put in vinyl siding.
a deep reddish brown
There are naturally occurring sugars in most food. When you deep fry the food, the sugars in the food caramelize and turn brown.
Black algae is very hard to get rid of You need to get down there with something an scrub the surface of the algae. this will damage it so that algaecides will be able to penetrate it Hit the pool with a suitable algaecide you will be able to get this at your pool shop and also try putting some dry chlorine in a sock and place it directly on the worst affected areas, leave it for a while and see what happens.
Deep-fry means to immerse food into very hot oil, so that it will cook quickly and brown nicely. When the food is done cooking, you remove it from the oil using a slotted spoon.
Vinyl floors are commonly used in bathrooms and kitchen and they can increase the beauty of your home by several notches only if maintained properly. It is a popular choice for many homeowners as it is extremely durable. A quick sweep and mop can easily clean up all your dirt and dust but it is not enough if you want to regain that new look for your rooms.Deep cleaning takes a little elbow grease but you can easily eliminate the stains and scuffs with a few simple and easily available products like -• Broom or vacuum cleaner• Microfiber cloth• Baking Soda• Putty knife• Rags• Commercial vinegar or cleaner• Dish soap• Bucket• Water• Microfiber mopStart by sweeping or vacuuming your vinyl floors. Then you are ready for removing scuffs and then it is easy with a microfiber cloth and all you need to do will be just slightly damper a microfiber cloth in water and buff the scuff away. Now after eliminating the scuff marks, there still can be some tough stains of paint or gum which may seem impossible to remove. Use a knife to scrape up the gum or paint gently. Now for stains like ketchup, juice stains, ink, and others you can use baking soda. With a soft rag, apply the baking soda paste which can be made by water and baking soda, and then simply rubs gently until the stains disappear. Finally, mop the floor with a microfiber cloth and voila! Your floors will sparkle with a shiny look just like it had before.
You can't - It is porous stone, like granite, etc. You can clean and buff the surface, but not deep down inside. Some stains can be bleached, but you may make it even more ugly. Recommend that you remove all natural stone from your living space. A small portion of imported stone emits cancer-causing radon gas.