Pool Tile Cleaning Tips Every Owner Should Know
When you are trying to get your pool tile cleaning done, it may seem like a difficult and time-consuming task. It doesn’t have to be. With surface blasting, you can get your pool tiles cleaned quickly and efficiently.
Before cleaning, begin by lowering the water below the tiles. It should be about 6 inches below the tiles to get a proper cleaning. With the water lowered, you can access the calcium deposits on the tile and quickly blast them off.
For the best results when blasting, use glass beads. Glass bead blasting is the most effective method for removing calcium and minerals from pool Pebble Tec, and traditional pool tiles.
Glass Beads are environmentally friendly and do not involve the use of chemicals that can damage your pool or leave an undesirable residue. Plus glass bead blasting won’t fade or damage your tiles.
To remove calcium, glass beads are shot against your pool tiles at low pressure. Carefully removing calcium, mineral build-up, and chemical residue, your pool tile cleaning project will be easy and effective. It is helpful, but not necessary, to have equipment designed with a self-contained vacuum that returns deposits as it removes them from the waterline.
Finally, wiping down your pool will remove additional residue that may still be on the waterline. You will see how the blasting has cleaned the calcium, minerals, stain, and residue off your tiles. Apply a polish after the tiles dry to give your pool a clean and glossy look. Lastly, cleaning the pool with a vacuum system will reveal that the pool tile cleaning has been a success. While your pool tiles will be fully clean, this process only takes around two hours for a regular size swimming pool.
For more tips on blast cleaning areas of your home, reach out to the experts at Kramer Industries. We’ll help you finish off your projects right.