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How to Remove Lime Deposits From Your Pool

When it comes to your body,¬†calcium¬†is a very good thing, but when it comes to your pool, it is not.¬†When¬†calcium forms on your pool, an effect known as limescale, your pool can look unsightly and even be in danger. If¬†lime develops in your pool, you should hire¬†pool maintenance¬†professionals¬†to¬†inspect and clean up debris from its surfaces.¬†Most¬†pool …

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How to Remove Lime From Your Pool | 3 Surefire Ways

Most likely, if you see spots along the waterline,¬†you are dealing with a calcium deposit.¬†And you’ll want to know¬†how to remove lime from the pool, unfortunately, calcium deposits tend to be incredibly difficult to clean. There are some reasons why you may start to notice these¬†spots around the waterline. The first reason is hard water, …

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How to Remove Heavy Concrete Calcium Deposits

How to Remove Heavy Concrete Calcium Deposits Calcium deposits, or efflorescence, form when excess moisture inside cement rises to the surface.¬†These white powder deposits are common in basement walls, floors, and other cement surfaces. Although efflorescence is not harmful to cement, excessive amounts of it can cause fungal or insect problems.¬†Once the calcium deposits harden, …

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