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Tips on Cleaning the Swimming Pool Tiles

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If you are a lucky owner of the swimming pool, you should know that it requires a lot of attention from the owner for its maintenance. This is a perfect starting point, because here we are going to discuss the basics of swimming pool cleaning.


Swimming Pool Tile Cleaning Basics

Owning a personal swimming pool is a luxury, and for some a necessary luxury, however it also imposes certain obligations. One of the major drawbacks, is that the maintenance is quite hard and takes a lot of time and hard work. So, following the theme on tips on taking care of swimming pools, one of the essential starting points is that you need to know that the tiles should be regularly cleaned. At least once a week, the swimming pool should regularly be subjected to thorough cleaning. First of all, inspect your swimming pool for any inconsistencies, cracks, grout, and dirty tiles. Then, if it is the season, check for debris, any clutter and anything that can be in the filters, water or anywhere near the swimming pool.


To remove the lime and hard water buildup, attach the scrubber to the handle with some tile cleaner and work your way to the waterline and around the pool. Fortunately, the buildup is usual only around water line and on the surface, so you will have to lower the water level just a little bit. If you want to make this easier, it is important to be engaged in this activity at least twice a month. However, if the calcium build up is already incredibly huge, best idea is to use pumice stone! Work your way through the build up to the tiles, and once they are clean – you will need to go over the tiles with the cleaning detergent and a brush. Some suggest not using the tile scrubbers for cleaning, because it can damage the tiles. However, it is best to speak with the tile manufacturer. By the way, for this purpose, it is not recommended to use the stiff brushes as well.


Another thing to consider with keeping the tiles clean is the pH level in water. The pH level is what affects the water and what reflects on the tiles, so proper level would help you deal with hard water stains and algae.

Category: Swimming Pools


  1. Heather Brigs
    May 3, 2013 at 9:15 am

    Great tips and great article! I really need this now. This will be useful to swimming pool owners out there like me. Nice post!

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