How Can I Clean Concrete Pool Tiles Without Harming Them? Also I Don’t Want To Use Anything Caustic.?

We love in South Carolina. The soil is red clay. While everything was being installed, red clay stained some of the tiles. I haven’t tried to clean it with anything yet because I am worried about getting it into the pool. Any suggestions?

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4 Responses to “How Can I Clean Concrete Pool Tiles Without Harming Them? Also I Don’t Want To Use Anything Caustic.?”
  1. 1wiseguy says:

    I’d suggest calling the contractor/s who installed it , they should know . There are a lot of chemicals out there that you can probably use . Don’t be worried about getting any of the cleaners in the pool (it should dilute into the pool water w/o harm ,especially after it has a chance to go through the filter). If your’e afraid of harming skin , eyes ,etc. don’t allow swimmers for 24 hrs. Good luck !!!!!

  2. try clorox

  3. worknlak says:

    You could probably leave it and the chemicals in the water and the action of the surface water will probably knock it down. If not you could try baking soda paste and scrub or vinegar. When the pool is being adjusted for chemicals you will probably have to dump in some liquid chlorine and you could probably direct it towards the tiles. You could also call your local pool company and asks them I am sure they have heard it all.

  4. msg says:

    powerwash it.

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