Removing Calcium Deposits From The Swimming Pool Tile – Calcium spots, sometimes called tartar, occur around the upper edge of a pool and look like rough gray or white deposits. They are usually caused by hard water or close leaks mortar tiles. If you leave there you can because permanent stains on the tiles like the pool will look ugly and dirty. Remove calcium deposits from the tiles require a little elbow grease.
How to remove calcium that forms in the swimming pool tile, you will need to a brush tile a cloth or paper towels Pumice. Drain the water from the pool to expose 6 to 10 inches at least, and thus have easy access to the areas stained with calcium. This will also allow you to clean without depositing calcium in the pool water. Kneel at the edge of the pool or get into it if you do not mind getting wet. Place the brush bristles on hard tile calcium deposits and rub the tiles using a circular motion to release deposits.
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Clean the swimming pool tile with a cloth or paper towel to remove deposits calcium. Examine the area to see if the entire deposit left and use a pumice stone to scrub debris gently in circular motions. Clean the area again with the rag. Repeat this process to clean around the perimeter and remove calcium deposits remaining on the tile. You can use standard pumice, available in beauty supply stores, or buy one at a pool supply store, since the latter has a longer handle specially designed for swimming pools.