STAINED POOL IMAGES
NONE OF THE POOLS SHOWN BELOW WERE DRAINED OR ACID WASHED TO REMOVE THE STAINS. ALL STAINS WERE REMOVED WITH THE ORIGINAL WATER STILL IN THE POOL.
- All images in this gallery are completely unedited and the results were achieved by our chemical treatment of the existing pool water. None of these pools were drained, high pressure cleaned or acid washed to remove the stains.
Our client had spent almost $1,500 trying treatments that were
suggested by 3 different pool shops to remove it. We removed the stain in less than 2 hours at a cost of $259.00 which included the technician visit and all chemicals.
Our stain removal kit was posted to her and after following
the directions.This photo shows the results. She was very pleased with the products and is once again enjoying being a pool owner. The Beautec and the PSR compund will help prevent the stains from coming back.
Our client (Peter) in Sydney had recently paid $8,000 to have his
old pool resurfaced with new fibreglass. After a few weeks the strange brown shape (which looks like a shadow) appeared in his pool. The stain was caused from poorly applied top coat which was now attracting metals. These metals have also caused general staining throughout the pool. The fibreglass contractor refused to address the problem even though the surface was only 4 months old.
Peter was delighted when the weird shape dissappeared and also
the general staining around the pool within 3 weeks after our visit. To his delight, Peter's pool now looks as good as new and sent us these images
After the treatments the algae will be removed and not return.
Some pool shops believe that black spot can never be removed without acid washing. We regularly remove black spot without draining pools and keep it gone.
She was told by her pool shop that it needed to be drained and acid
washed to remove the black spot at a cost of nearly $1,100. Our $295 treatment completely removed it and also kept it gone - something acid washing cannot do.
This pool in Northern NSW had very heavy metal staining along
with a large volume of suspended metals in the water. These metals were so densely concentrated that the water had turned black.
After the Culator treatment had been added to the pool the water
completely cleared within 30 hours. The suspended metals were trapped and then permanently removed so the problem could never return
This 35 year old fibreglass pool in Newcastle had significant metal fallout occur after
a period of poor water maintenance. The chlorine free system uses suspended metals (copper and silver) as the sanitisers. When the water is not maintained these metals precipitate and plate the walls and floor in black metal.
The PSR compounds and treatments dissolved the metals back into the water
and the Culator removed the metals from the pool water permanently. This family were very excited to have their old pool looking almost as good as new.
After accidentally adding a mineral based salt to her non-mineral swimming pool,
our distraught customer witnessed her pool transform from bright blue to shades of brown within 4 hours. To fix the problem she then used a leading stain removal product from her local pool shop which actually made the stains even worse!
When we arrived our technician treated the pool with our mineral stain compound.
To her surprise, less than 30 minutes after adding the treatment almost all of the stains had completely disappeared. Our customer was truly delighted to have her pool interior back to normal once again.