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- Turn off your pump system and bypass your timer to prevent the pool from turning back on.
- Use petroleum jelly to cover any metal fixtures (such as pool rails and pool light rims) in the pool. This will prevent them from becoming oxidized (discolored).
- Add one (1) bottle of No Drān® Acid Wash per 5,000 gallons of pool water. For colored plaster, painted fiberglass, exposed aggregate pools you will need to dissolve No Drān® Acid Wash in a bucket of water first before pouring it into the swimming pool to prevent discoloration.
- Add approximately 1 gallon of Muriatic Acid for every 1,600 gallons of pool water. It’s important that the Alkalinity reaches zero (0).
- Brush the entire surface of the pool.
- The next day, test your Total Alkalinity and add acid as necessary to keep the Total Alkalinity at zero (0). For every 10ppm of Total Alkalinity add 1 gallon of Muriatic Acid per 15,000 gallons of pool water.
- Repeat steps 5 and 6 for every day of treatment. Start the day by testing and adding the necessary acid to the pool. Then brush the entire surface.
- Once the stains are gone OR on the seventh (7th) day of treatment, begin to rebalance the pool slowly. Use a base demand test to estimate the amount of pH increaser you’ll need. Once the pH reaches 7.2 you may turn your pump system back on.TIP: Dissolve first
Dissolve your pH raiser in a bucket of water and pour slowly around the pool.
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