||Swimming Pool Stain Removal with Acid wash Broward County
If your pool has turned into the "black lagoon", then you would probably need an Acid wash
This may happen if the winterizing process is not done properly, or if the pool has been neglected for a while and algae has taken over.
with chemicals, labor and filtering.
If the floor is not visible, the cost of the chemicals and labor will generally be greater than the acid wash charge, and take much, much
longer. Also, extensive algae blooms will stain plastered pools, making an acid wash desirable.
An acid wash is, put simply, purposeful stripping of a tiny layer of plaster, exposing fresh plaster beneath. Therefore, it is ill-advised to make
it an annual custom, which will accelerate the need for re-plastering. Most plaster coats (sometimes called whitecoat or marcite) are in
excess of 1/2", so a few careful acid washes should not hurt.
You may also decide on an acid wash not because of swamp conditions, but just to bring out a brighter, whiter finish. Mineral stains and/or
deposits, chlorine stains, even dirt stains...an acid wash is always a dramatic aesthetic improvement.
If your pool has had years of algae blooms, and if your pool seems to grow algae overnight or just bloom very easily....changing the water
and acid washing the surfaces algae sticks to can give you an algae free summer.
Call Blue Diamond Pools today to get a FREE ESTIMATE for your Pool Stain removal with acid wash!