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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 am going to cover the four different kinds of staining that your pool can have. You can have organic staining, like the sleep that falls in. There is also metal staining and calcium staining in your plaster if you have high calcium hardness in your water. Another type of staining that you can have is modeling of the plaster itself, which may look like staining but it is actually the plaster. I will go over all of these types and give you a few examples in the video. Let's start with organic staining. For example, if a leaf falls into the pool and creates a stain, you can raise the chlorine level to get rid of the organic material. You can also use a 3-inch trial tablet to test the area and it should take the stain right off. You may also encounter aggressive mustard algae, which may look like a stain, but it is actually yellow algae. To get rid of it, you can use a track or tablet to rub it off. In the next part of the video, I will demonstrate how to test and treat different types of stains. For example, I will use a vitamin C tablet to test a stain and see if it lightens up. I will also show you how to use acid wash or acerbic acid treatment to remove stains on your white plaster pool. If you suspect that your pool has metal staining, you can use Jack's Magic stain identification kit. This kit comes with three products that can help identify and treat copper and scale stains, iron stains, and cobalt stains. Next, I will show you a pool with copper staining. You can see the brown and tan color along the edges of the pool. I will also address calcium...