Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 843 Identifying

Instructions and Help about Are Form 843 Identifying

In this video I'm going to cover the four different kind of staining that you pool can have you can have organic staining here like this here with the sleep that falls in here toning level low get a metal staining we also have calcium standing in your plaster from having a high calcium hardness in your water last thing that you could have in your plaster is modeling of the plaster itself it looks like staining but it's actually the plaster itself I'll go over that and it's all give you a few examples of that in the video there's a simple organic stain the leaf fell in the pool chlorine overflow and that leave the stayed in their way by raising your chlorine level we'll get rid of the organics and you can also have a tablet over it to test the area 3 inch trial or tablet and it should take it right off this organic I leave it on there for a second and you'll see that the stain will be gone pretty much and one last thing to note you may also have aggressive mustard algae looks like a stain it looks almost like a metal stain this actually aggressive yellow algae and get that off I have a video on that also you get off on a track or tablet you can see that stains disappeared when I rub the track or cattle on we're going to look at a stain I'm gonna go use the vitamin C test on this one I'll put the tablet on here I'll get a set on here for a few minutes to see if the stain will lighten up or not you can also rub the tablet also to test it I'm rubbing on the whole black stain right here you can see that it came off you can see the black stain right where the tablet was you can see that it cleared up that black and if you have a white plaster pulley to do a couple other things to see if maybe Nast wash would remove the stains versus the acerbic acid treatment you're a professional spray bottle about three parts acid one part water and I'll show you a quick test you can do on staying with that you can also use the dry acid here and you can also put it in a sock and drop it on the stain also that's a good way to test if an acid wash will get rid of this you want to put the nozzle right up against the wall you want to spray it on the stain there you can see the acid lifting it off you can also put dry acid in the sock and hold it on the stain should have similar results if it's a copper stain that means an acid wash will probably take standing off then trying the absorbing acid treatment before you do the acid wash but this will give you a good indication at the stain can be removed in an a squash or not if you think your pool may have metal standing you might want to get Jack's magic stay and identification kit package comes with three products comes with a copper and scale stuff iron cobalt spot edging and the o2 safe shocking it's a good look at a pool with some copper staining here you see and a brown tan color black see it all along the edge here this pool so pretty much the entire pool has copper staining see it all here on this side also you can see also that someone tried a stain removing product either dry acid or one of the stain products and then fit it in properly this poured it right onto the surface I'll back up here so you can see the bowl or a lot of the product piled up you can see streets from the plaster where the stain product actually hit the copper staining here's a white plastic or some calcium see the spots here they're just like almost like gray circles in the bottom of the pool and that's actually calcium build up with some dirt trapped in it and here's one on the steppe area right here you can actually see it really clear my finger over in the fields brah and it's definitely a calcium deposit with a sandpaper this is actually a 150 sandpaper you can want to use wet and dry it works a little better in the water just kind of rub it on the stick on the calcium buildup should be able to take it right off and you can see I rubbed that calcium stain right off there with the sandpaper and here's the color blaster pool with a lot of modeling here and to start it actually from day one when I first took over the pool again this has a lot to do with the initial plaster mix they use in a pool and so in most cases if you have a color plastic board you're going to have some modeling going on in your plaster it actually stipulates that in the contract you sign it there be some discoloration will be a uniform solid color here's another color plaster pool I've been doing for about seven years that school was built say dark-colored Blaster you can see there's absolutely no modeling at all going on blaster one uniform color and I have several coloured plastic pulls on my route like this that have no modeling and I have a lot that have a lot of modeling on them it was kind of hit and miss with the color plaster pool here's pool that had 2-0 enemies on about three years ago I give my money well we've had a lot of modeling like that first pool I showed you you see right here everything look here here so came 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