How do you remove the rusted bolts on the top rail of an above groung swimming pool?
Try to saturate them with a lubricant such as WD-40 or heavy grease. Work them back and forth if at all possible. Try using leverage if you can. If all else fails, you can cut the bolts with a dremmel tool or drill through them with a drill. Be sure to replace them with stainless steel bolts and turn them periodically to prevent them from freezing up. Make sure the bit is the correct size for the fastener.
If you are just looking to remove a pool that you don't want and which is still functional, you may try advertising it in Craig's list or Freecycle. You can say that they can have it for free if they remove the item. You may have to stipulate what they can and cannot remove. However, in most cases this works great.
ITEM IS LOCATED ABOVE LICENSE PLATE AS STATED........MY HANDLE WAS SO RUSTED IT WOULDNT MOVE..........SO IF YOU ARE THE SAME.....GET IN THE BACK OF THE VEHICLE...REMOVE THE PLASTIC PIECES ON THE INSIDE OF THE TAILGATE.........PUSH THE MIDDLE OF THE BUTTON THINGS HOLDING ON THE PLASTIC.....WITH A SMALL FLATHEAD SCREWDRIVER REMOVE THE BUTTON THINGS........THEN WHEN ALL BUTTONS REMOVED .....TAKE OF PLASTIC PIECE......................INITIALLY YOU WILL SEE FOUR 10 MM NUTS.... REMOVE THE OUTER TWO.......THIS WILL THEN REMOVE…
You may have orthophosphates. Their is a test kit to check for it. Possible sources are from leaves and other debris in the pool (even if you clean them out on a regular basis), animals swimming in pool, or unusually heavy bather load (lots of people swimming in pool). Pool companies sell products to remove orthophosphates. Be sure to advise associate that you have above ground pool when choosing a brand.
It depends on how high you dropped the glass jar into the swimming pool. If you drop the glass jar from a few feet above the swimming pool, it will not break. If you drop it from several stories above the swimming pool, the immense pressure on the glass jar that the water is exerting will cause the jar to break.
I have 2000 Chrysler Concorde and I HAVE to add antifreeze to my car everyday and there is strong antifreeze smell off engine of car?
I have a 3.2L that had the same problem. There's a hard antifreeze line that runs down the back of the motor(along fire wall) that had a break(rusted) on one of the bends. It only pissed when the car warmed up and you have to remove hoses and clamps and reservoirs to get your hands in it. I had to cut it from underneath and above and replaced the rusted hard line with a soft…