Is there a chemical way to remove a calcium ring on a pebble tec salt water pool?
Yes, there is a chemical. As long as you clean the tile while the calcium is just a film. Use "Biodex 300" follow the instructions carefully to avoid injury.Once the calcium or hard water deposit has become thick it must be removed profesionally. There are many debates about what method should be used, as some may cause dammage to the tile. The use of Biodex 300 can stain the substrate. I have been a professional pool tile cleaner for many years. The absolute safest way to remove the calcium is to dry soda blast it.
I have a pebble tec pool and the people living here before we bought it didnt take care of it and theres white crap all over the pool and my guess its calcium any ideas how to get it off myself?
If it is under water, it is most likely a build up of alkalinity. An acid wash will be necessary to remove it. Pebble Tec does not recommend an acid wash because there is the potential for loosening the pebbles. But there is no other alternative except replacing the Pebble Tec. Shop around for a person that is experienced with acid washing Pebble Tec. Maybe ask your friends or a pool store for recommendations. If…
Well . . . there are no calcium deposits in water, there is only calcium. The deposits happen on things that the water falls on, then dries. What is left is a deposit. To remove the calcium (and magnesium) from water, you run the water through a tank full of little beads of "Filtersord". Most water purifiers use this along with charcoal, which removes bits of dust, and so forth.
More than likely the white ring on the pool is calcium and it will need to be bead blasted, check the phne book to find a tile saver company. Gary - the water line is where you put it. add water to raise, lower to lower. to remove black lines (caused by human sweat and oils) use a surface cleaner and a tile brush available at any pool supply store I cleaned the calcium water…
When the calcium was placed into water a gas was produced what would it be chemical change physical change or chemical property physical property?
Technically salt does not react with water. It will dissolve in water which is not the same thing as causing a chemical reaction. Calcium by itself does not react with salt water -- it is dissolved into the water and is a crucial element of life for many salt-water species. Some compounds containing calcium may react with (or in) salt water.