Stain Removal

Stains and discoloration come from a variety of sources and are in many forms; most of which, you have no control. Everything we do is based on properly balanced water. Properly balanced water is your best friend, whereas, unbalanced water can be a catalyst for staining, scaling and discoloration.

There are two types of pools:
Those that are stained…
And those that are going to stain!

That said, it is important to hire a professional that knows how to:

  • Effectively identify the discoloration,
  • Initiate the removal process
  • And prevent any future staining


Possible Sources of Stains:

These are some of the most common sources of metals and minerals that make their way into your pool water.

  • Metallic Equipment Parts

Heat Exchangers, Brass Gate Values, Copper or Galvanized Plumbing

  • Make-Up Water
  • Well Water is obvious; it can contain copper, iron, manganese and magnesium.

Well water can also be a source of high TDS

Municipalities use several metals/minerals to sanitize the water supply

  • Pool Chemicals

Lots of algaecides are metal based (copper and silver)

Salt for chlorine generators and some chlorines contain trace amounts of iron

  • Lawn Chemicals

Fertilizers and pesticides for lawns, golf courses and pond/lake shorelines; all of these chemicals contain metals and may eventually end up in your pool.

There are several different metals and minerals that are evident in pool water. These metals can come from a variety of different sources and will all eventually stain your pool finish. It is a balancing act with the water chemistry to help keep this from happening.

 Types Of Stains


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