The black (burn) marks show up on Gray plaster pools. White plaster pools will show up as a yellow or rust color. Remove the tabs and put them in a proper floating devise, the marks will go away in time.
Try using wet and dry sand paper on the burn marks to reduce their visibility and roughened plaster.. additionally, tablets of any size should NEVER be placed or tossed into the pool or skimmer. K
Stain Magnet from GLB.
Some pool stores sell a tool just for small stains. It may have to be ordered. I think it is made by Pool Tool in Ventura, Calif. It uses a small amount of acid in a cup like device which is placed over the stain. Caution: leaving the device on a spot too long will etch the plaster and it will be worse than when you started. Tablets are not thrown into the pool to maintain chlorine levels. Use a feeder. Also do not put tabs in the skimmer. k
It probably would make it worse. Chlorine is heavier than water, so when the dispenser releases chlorine, it would sit at the bottom, rather than drift down.
I am pretty sure you should brush the bottom before you put in the chlorine, but you should check with another source because I am not positive.
Yes, you almost never vomit everything in your stomach, but only the very uppermost liquids. Tablets usually sink to the bottom and are dissolved properly.
This must be an algaecide of some sort possible a low grade of chlorine. Did you follow the instructions EXACTLY? Is this product supposed to settle on algae spots? If not , did you brush it to keep it from clumping and settling on the bottom of the pool? The black stains, possible caused by the product burning the plaster where it settled --- improper use of product. Impossible to know without seeing the stains and finding out just how you used the product. Contact Bioguard for further info.
Probably because chlorine is heavier than air and it sinks to the bottom.
Sure you can use liquid chlorine and walk around the pool. You can use granular chlorine directly into the pool. If it doesn't disolve before it gets to the bottom you should brush it around so it won't stain. Never add pucks/tabs directly to the pool OR THE SKIMMER. (BAD FOR THE EQUIPMENT) They will sink to the bottom and stain.
At the bottom of Mount Sinai (Exodus 32:19).
To build a model pyramid out of plaster of Paris, coat the inside of an ice cube tray with petroleum jelly. Pour plaster of Paris inside and allow to dry. Once dry, place the blocks in a square pattern, gluing them together with plaster of Paris. Stack another row atop the bottom row, insetting each row to form a pyramid shape.
If there is dirt on the bottom of the pool, it is best to vacuum it out. Organic debris (such as leaves) can cause staining. Brushing the sides and bottom is also important. Algae loves to hide in crevices and brushing strips away its protective slime coating so that the chlorine can kill it.
Dot notation is used to calculate the loss, gain, and sharing of electrons between atoms. Chlorine has 7 electrons so it would be marked as 2 dots on the top, right, and bottom and then 1 dot on the bottom left.
Because each different type of chlorine will effect your pH differently. Each type of chlorine also leaves behind different ingredient residuals. For example.. Liquid chlorine leaves behind some salt, tablets leave behind chlorine stabilizer, some shock bags leave behind calcium and other shock bags leave behind chlorine stabilizer. There are many other types... Also, do not ever mix them together. The results could be chemically life threatening and explosive. Bottom line....read the label and really know what you are buying. Aquaticpoolsystems.com
Well, for one thing, the floater can get hung up on the top step and cause what looks like a rust mark. It also etches the plaster in those areas making the plaster very rough. It can also bleach out the color and any small pieces that are left, as the large tab dissolves, can fall out of the floater slots. There is no "correct" type of chlorine - you just have to be careful in their use. Granular chlor. , which is broadcast over the water, can, if it gets damp, clump up and those clumps will go directly to the bottom of the pool - sitting there until they disappear. So, that leaves 12.5% liquid chlorine. I would avoid other chlorines that are on the market unless they are recommended in your area. ( Calcium chloride, cal-hypo, lithium --- these are low grade chlorine compounds). One way to introduce large or "J" tabs to the pool water is to add an in line tab feeder to the system being careful to install it as per manufacturer's instructions. If you have copper plumbing DO NOT INSTALL THIS DEVICE. Probably the best, at the present time, would be to install a salt system. k
possibly may have worms, get your dog some good worming tablets from the vets
Your dog may have worms so please consider worming tablets.
That is usually done with a chlorine or acid wash.
It dissolves slowly but surely, it will mix when you put your filter on!
There is a pigment that is found in rock and gravel businesses that is added to the plaster mix under certain formula measurements. k
The neighboring atoms of argon are as follows: Neon on the top, chlorine on the left and krypton on the bottom.
You go to a pharmacist and you ask for some compound W put it on the verrucars let it dry and then put a normal plaster on it!!
you clean green algae off the bottom of the pool putting some chlorine in it and that should take care of it but if it doesn't then you should clean the bottom of the pool and do some scrubbing with your pool vacuum.
Sounds like you have a repair issue--plaster, a big leak or something else expensive. Bring in a professional to analyze the issue.
No, because gunite will not dry if it is constantly being mixed with water. Drain your pool first.
We had rust spots on the botom of our pool and it was caused by the rebar too close to the plaster. We had it jack hammered out when we replastered.