“A dirty pool is bad enough. But a stained pool? Yuck! How is that even possible? You’re good about cleaning your pool, balancing the water, and keeping the sanitizer level steady. You shouldn’t be seeing any stains on your pool walls or floor.
If only that were the case. The truth is, you can be super vigilant about maintenance, and your pool can still end up with stains. The good news is, all you need is a good pool stain remover. The better news is, you can take steps to prevent future pool stains. The key is knowing what caused the stains in the first place.” – Swim University
What Causes Pool Stains?
“Before you can choose and apply the correct pool stain remover, you need to determine what stained your pool. The most common pool stains generally fall into two categories:
- Organic: Leaves, berries, and other organic debris can leave stains if they’re allowed to settle and left too long on your pool’s surfaces.
- Metal: Several types of metal can accidentally be introduced into your pool. Maybe your primary water source is a well, or you have corroded copper pipes in your water system. Rusted metal accessories, parts, and equipment can also cause stains.
Once you determine what type of stain you have, you can decide which type of pool stain remover to use. The best way to figure that out is by the stain’s color.” – Swim University
Product Spotlight – Natural Chemistry’s Stainfree Extra Strength™ & Metalfree™
“Natural Chemistry’s Stainfree Extra Strength™ is a premium stain fighter that contains 100% ascorbic acid. It quickly removes metal staining without adding phosphates to your water. It is ideal for treating staining on all pool surfaces. Use with Natural Chemistry’s Metalfree™ and you have the ultimate 1-2 combination for stain fighting!” Visit our Retail Store to pick yours up today!