If you see the signs of calcium build-up, it’s time to rejuvenate your pool. We can help! Sparkle and Splash Pools is the solution to all of your pool tile cleaning needs.
You will find our pool tile cleaning process to be very efficient and affordable when considering the alternatives. Either spend days, maybe weeks scrubbing your pool tiles with a pumice stone, or spend thousands of dollars to replace them. You should save yourself money and spend your time enjoying your pool, let Sparkle and Splash Pools do the work.
We use a non-toxic, water-soluble, natural mineral* blend that does not affect the pH balance of your pool. It is safer to use on ALL tile surfaces. It is environmentally friendly, as well as pets and plant safe. It will not damage mechanical seals or bearings in rotating equipment.
Our professional pool tile cleaning staff is dedicated to providing each customer with the highest possible level of service. Every job is completed with pride and care.
*MaxxStrip (Magnesium Sulphate / Kieserite) is a water-soluble, environmentally-friendly soda blast abrasive
Some Additional Information to Review
You may notice some of our material in small amounts that have settled to the bottom of your pool or spa. It is ok for your pool sweep or pool service to vacuum up small amounts that may be leftover. This will not affect your pump or filter. If your water is cloudy it will clear up usually within one day. Also, you may notice some material on your deck or surrounding plants or grass. Please understand that we always try to do the best clean up possible but sometimes there is some residual material left over. This will blow/wash away usually within a week. Residual material will dissipate over time as the water hits it
RETURN OF CALCIUM
Calcium is inevitable! Calcium may reappear on your tiles at any given time after our service and have nothing to do with the timing of our service. This will constantly remain a maintenance issue and we have no control of what happens to your surfaces after your tile cleaning is completed. Important factors to consider are the last time your pool water was completely emptied and refilled? Has your pool water been reconditioned by a professional reverse osmosis company? What are your pool TDS levels (Total Dissolved Solids) and calcium hardness? Cracked grout issues (usually near or on spillways) that leak water onto the tile causing buildup in one or several areas. Raised bon beams not touching pool water that may have moisture behind the bon beam bleeding through the grout and or tile to the front of the tile/surfaces.