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At Cleverblu LLC, we take away all the difficulties of acid washing your residential or commercial pool. We are fully certified and insured including pop-up insurance. Our pool maintenance team has years of combined experience in all areas of pool acid washing and are here to help. Call us today to schedule a free pool appraisal.

Swimming Pool Acid Wash Service

Is a swimming pool acid wash service the right choice for keeping your backyard swimming oasis a beautiful shade of blue? You bet it is!

Not only will our gentle acid cleaning systems reduce the appearance of stains, but they can also work to clear up cloudy and murky-looking waters and remove green algae to restore your water to a clear blue color.

Moreover, it’s a more affordable way to clear up minor blemishes without having to consider the cost of replastering or refinishing your pool. The bonus? If you choose to have an in-pool acid wash service, you won’t have to worry about draining and refilling, and you can be back in the water swimming again in as little as three to five days.

Find out more about how our safe and gentle professional muriatic acid washes can help keep your pool pristine for longer. Contact our representatives to book a zero-obligation consultation appointment.

Will Acid Clear a Green Pool?

When green algae invades your pool, it proliferates and changes what were once clear blue waters into a shade of unappealing green. Using acid to clear a green pool is just one of the benefits of our services.

We can also help you clear up cloudy waters and stained surfaces to greatly diminish stains and give your pool a clean and refreshed appearance.

How Often Should a Pool be Acid Washed?

You should have your pool acid washed at least once every five years to keep it sparkling clean and looking like an inviting place to cool off and enjoy leisurely time with family, guests, and friends.

If you notice an accumulation of stains before your next planned wash, get in touch with our professionals to discuss the specifics and find out what we can do to eradicate them without causing any damage.

Our Empty Pool Cleaning Acid Wash Process

The quickest way to remove stains and other undesirable buildup is to have us come to perform our acid wash process when your pool is being emptied and refilled. While it lacks water, our technicians can get inside and up close with our acidic cleaners and scrubbing brushes to give your pool the deep, glistening clean it deserves.

Once our work is complete, your pool will be ready to be refilled and balanced with the correct chemical solutions right away.

No-Drain Acid Wash

If you prefer to keep the water in your pool while it’s being cleaned, our no-drain acid wash is an affordable way to get the beautifully clean and clear results you’re looking for. It just takes a little longer to complete the process than the traditional drain-and-clean methods we offer.

Please be aware that because of the acidic nature of the cleaning products we use, you won’t be able to swim until we’ve rebalanced the water after completing the cleaning process. Generally, this takes three to five days.

Our technicians will be able to give you an exact turnaround time estimate once we know more details about the shape, size, and pool type you have and how much grime and stain accumulation we’re tasked with removing.

Do-It-Yourself or Hire a Professional for Acid Wash?

Some homeowners and small businesses think that they can acid wash their pools themselves. While it is true that some pool owners are better at it than others, the fact of the matter is that a job of this magnitude needs the professional touch.

Cleverblu LLC offers a comprehensive and all-inclusive pool acid wash service that has served commercial and residential pool owners for decades. We offer an efficient and affordable package for new and existing customers that is unrivaled.

How Do You Wash a Pool?

There are many ways to keep your commercial or residential pool from becoming a health hazard. One way to ensure the cleanliness of your pool is to stick to a regular maintenance schedule customized to the frequency of use and number of regular occupants.

However, even with regular cleaning and maintenance efforts, there will still be times when professional chemicals are needed to remove lurking algae, unsightly films, or an accumulation of buildup.

That's where our pool washing expertise comes in handy. We're accustomed to cleaning pools of all shapes, sizes, and compositions and are no strangers to the detailed and thorough work needed to ensure your complete satisfaction.

Benefits of Using Acid to Clean Your Pool

If a pool or fountain on your property has become overladen with algae, you might be surprised to learn you can restore it to like-new condition with the help of seasoned pool cleaners. The following are just some of the benefits you can experience when you invite our crew to use professional-grade acid to clean your pool or fountain:

  • Removes magnesium and copper stains
  • Kills algae and reduces the risk of future blooms
  • Removes dirt stains from pool walls and floor
  • Leaves a smooth, clean finish
  • Makes your pool look like it's brand new again

Lowering your pool's pH and working with acidic solutions is a dangerous job that is best left to pool sanitation professionals. Don't risk your health or well-being by experimenting with solutions you don’t understand perfectly. Call us today to receive an estimate you can trust.

Acid Wash: Pool Service That Works Wonders—Guaranteed

Will opting for an acid wash pool service completely transform an aging outdoor pool system? You bet it will. There's no better way to achieve the dramatic results you desire. Hiring our licensed technicians means you can sit back and relax while our crews complete the work on your behalf.

Once we complete our work, you can enjoy a revitalized oasis that looks just as good as it did when it was brand new and first installed. Say goodbye to unsightly stains and the buildup of grime and algae. Connect with our team to consult at no risk on your behalf.

Acid Wash Pool: Cost Breakdown

The price of performing an acid wash on your pool depends on several factors, including the current conditions your pool is experiencing, the size and depth of the pool, what materials it’s made from, and the difficulty of draining your pool for cleaning.

The best way to receive an accurate quote on your next pool acid washing service is to reach out and schedule a non-committal consultation. Once we’re familiar with the specifics of your property, we're confident we can provide you with a detailed quote.

Connect with us to arrange a consultation whenever is most convenient for you.

What Kind of Acid is Used for Pool Washing?

Muriatic acid is used for professional pool washing because of its ability to break down buildup on surfaces, remove mineral deposits and other types of stains, and leave you with a smooth, sparkling surface that is ready to be enjoyed once more.

Our technicians are up to date on the safety rules and requirements needed to protect you, your property, and ourselves during the pool cleaning process. Reach us to learn more about how acid washing your pool adds value and aesthetic appeal almost instantly.

When is Acid Wash Necessary?

Pool Acid Washing, also called a drain & clean, becomes necessary if the pool has turned into the "black lagoon". This may occur if the pool has been stagnant for a period of time so that algae has taken over, or is also filled with leaves and debris.

A general rule of thumb for determining the need for an acid wash is - if you can see the bottom of the shallow end floor, then you can [probably] bring it back with chemicals, cleaning and filtering. If the floor is not visible, the cost of the chemicals and labor may exceed the acid wash charge, and will take much longer. Also, extensive algae blooms or neglect will stain plastered pools, making an acid wash desirable.

An acid wash is the purposeful stripping of a thin layer of plaster, exposing fresh plaster beneath. Therefore, it is ill advised to make it an annual event, which will accelerate the need for re-plastering. Most plaster coats (sometimes called whitecoat or marcite) are in excess of 1/2", so a careful acid wash every 5 years won’t hurt.

You may also decide on an acid wash not because of swamp conditions, but just to bring out a brighter, whiter finish. Mineral stains and/or deposits, chlorine stains, even dirt stains... an acid wash is always a dramatic aesthetic improvement to a plastered pool or fountain.

If your pool has had years of algae blooms, and if your pool seems to grow algae overnight or just bloom very easily, and you’ve tried everything else - changing the water and acid washing the surfaces can give you an algae-free summer. Changing the filter media at the same time is also recommended.

Muriatic Acid is a dangerous substance. All personnel should be trained in safety around a drained pool, and those performing the acid wash should wear protective clothing and breathing mask rated for acids. To protect our environment, the acid/water waste should be neutralized with pH neutralizer prior to being pumped to a safe location.

Common Plug Used for Hydrostatic Relief Tubes

If you decide to drain and clean your own pool, make sure to remove the hydrostatic relief plugs as soon as possible, and that the water is pumped to a distant location so that it won’t return beneath the pool. If your pool sits in a topographically low area, or if you have a high-water table, or heavy recent rainfall, be extra careful with managing the hydrostatic pressure under the pool because it can also cause your pool to pop out of the ground. Removing the water from your pool with high Underground water tables, your pool could pop up and “float”. You may also need to check with local water authorities for waste water discharge regulations in your area. If pumping across soil, move the discharge hose regularly as needed, to avoid over saturation and erosion of any area.