Acid Wash Pool Cleaning

We find that most of our clients in Phoenix and Chandler require a pool cleaning about once every five years. Doing so will help prevent against permanent staining. Not all pools, however, are ideal for an acid wash pool cleaning and Arizona Bead Blasting can quickly determine the best and least abrasive treatment for your pool.

What is Acid Wash Pool Cleaning?

An acid wash is a popular choice for removing tough stains from plaster and Pebble Tec pools. An Acid wash consists of a mixture of water and muriatic acid. The acid makes contact with the pools surface and gently removes a small layer, revealing a fresh layer of plaster underneath. This type of cleaning is intense and best-suited for removing tough surface stains from plaster and Pebble Tec.

How often Should My Pool Be Acid Washed?

An acid wash is a popular choice for removing tough stains from plaster and Pebble Tec pools. An Acid wash consists of a mixture of water and muriatic acid. The acid makes contact with the pools surface and gently removes a small layer, revealing a fresh layer of plaster underneath. This type of cleaning is intense and best-suited for removing tough surface stains from plaster and Pebble Tec.

Plaster Pools

An acid wash is a popular choice for removing tough stains from plaster and Pebble Tec pools. An Acid wash consists of a mixture of water and muriatic acid. The acid makes contact with the pools surface and gently removes a small layer, revealing a fresh layer of plaster underneath. This type of cleaning is intense and best-suited for removing tough surface stains from plaster and Pebble Tec.

Pebble Tec Pools

An acid wash is a popular choice for removing tough stains from plaster and Pebble Tec pools. An Acid wash consists of a mixture of water and muriatic acid. The acid makes contact with the pools surface and gently removes a small layer, revealing a fresh layer of plaster underneath. This type of cleaning is intense and best-suited for removing tough surface stains from plaster and Pebble Tec.

Acid Wash Pool Cleaning

our acid
wash Process

Step 1: First we drain the water completely from the pool, removing any leaves or debris as the water level drops.

Step 2: Once the pool is empty, we spray the pool walls with water. We then pour an acid/water mixture down the side of the wall (applying to one section at a time.

Step 3: After about 30 seconds of allowing the acid to do its work, we scrub the wall using an acid brush.

Step 4: We then rinse the wall and continue working around the pool until every section has been treated.

Step 5: The acid-wash water at the bottom of the pool is neutralized using soda ash.

Step 6: The mixture is pumped into a storm drain using a submersible pump.

Step 7: The pool is rinsed once more, pumped, and refilled.

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