Rust Stains in Pool

Rust Stains in Pool

Rust Stains in Pool.  How to safely acid wash a pool without using harsh hydrochloric acid and without etching the pool plaster.  F9 Concrete Rust Remover (BARC) is specifically developed to reverse and eliminate the largest proportion of rust stains in pool, on pool surfaces and in pool bottoms.  F9 Rust Remover also removes concrete rust stains, fertilizer rust stains and irrigation rust stains on concrete, brick, pavers, tile, stone, concrete coatings, asphalt, sidewalks and other surfaces. This includes the complete spectrum of the rust family- watery, thick, topical, embedded, and orange acid burn staining. F9BARC, world’s most effective concrete rust remover needs to be applied by a professional.  A Professional Applicator of F9 concrete rust remover uses professional cleaning equipment to get the best results possible.  After a skilled concrete rust remover pressure washes pool surface, they apply the word’s best pool cleaner to the interior walls and pool bottom surface.  F9 BARC, with proprietary ingredients locks into the concrete and plaster, reversing 90-100% of the staining and restores the pool surfaces to its natural color.

 

If you do not have an Authorized F9 Professional Applicator near you, please contact the F9 TEAM at 855-803-1133

The problem with rust removers presently on the market is that they contain acids that “eat” the concrete, plaster or pool bottom surface.   They strip the concrete of its cement paste and create a micro-aggregate or “etched” surface encompassing the orange acid burn. Once these cleaners eat the cement, they take a borderline amount of the stain with it and cause deep, permanent damage to your concrete. The bulk of concrete rust removers developed to eliminate rust will discolor the concrete, stain it worse or would possibly even create additional orange colors. This is often not a fascinating solution.  The most common forms of rust on pool bottoms and in pools is from fertilizer pellets and chelated iron.