Coachella Valley Calcium Scale Removal Keeps Your Pool Pristine
White and greyish lines along your pool’s waterline indicates your pool has calcium buildup. While quite unsightly, there is no reason to worry about it causing permanent damage, as long as the pool tile cleaning team in Coachella Valley addresses it sooner rather than later.
Luckily for you, Supreme Pool Tile Works has the experts who understand how to handle calcium buildup and restore your pool’s brilliance!
What Causes Calcium Scaling
One of the ways calcium scaling (another way to say calcium buildup) occurs is when a pool has hard water, which is quite common in Southern California, including the Coachella Valley.
Hard water is water that has high mineral content, and calcium is one of those minerals. Therefore, it makes sense if you do find calcium scaling along your pool’s waterline, but it is nothing the Coachella Valley calcium scale removal team cannot handle.
Calcium Descaling Methods
The right expertise combined with some hard work will eliminate any calcium buildup disrupting your backyard oasis, while also preventing it from coming back.
Some chemical scaling is so minor you can clean it yourself if you have the right combination of:
- Baking soda
- Wet and dry sandpaper
Doing so will require some hard work, but it is possible.
Now, if you see some major buildup and are struggling to imagine yourself scrubbing it off with a toothbrush and vinegar, it is time to call in the reinforcements.
A team of professionals can get rid of your pool’s calcium scale with muriatic acid, an effective solution that also presents its fair share of harmful effects, such as respiratory tract irritation and inflammation. Among many others.
So, that is why it is best to leave it up to the pros!
The Coachella Valley calcium scale removal team will bring all the right protective gear and know the proper amount to use.
Muriatic acid will decrease your pool’s pH level, which can be quite detrimental, unless the pros are there to fix it.
Which leads us to the next approach.
Calcium scale also accumulates when a pool has imbalanced chemicals. Failing to properly maintain your pool will lead to:
- Cloudy water
- Damaged pool equipment
- Skin and eye irritation
And of course, calcium buildup, but having your pool’s chemicals balanced on a regular basis prevents all of these outcomes!
Calcium Scale Removal Gets You Your Pool Back!
Your pool is too beautiful to have calcium scale along its waterline. Take action against it today and restore its brilliance!