Shock and acid wash
  • Requires the draining of your swimming pool
  • Removal of all debris
  • Spray on application of Muriatic Acid
  • Brush and rinse with fresh water
  • Neutralization of the acid accumulated in the pool bowl
  • Refill pool with fresh water
  • Chemical Balance

The simplest way to determine the need for a drain and acid wash is to decide if your pool is not the same color it was when you had it built. Lots of things will change the color of your swimming pool pebble, white marble plaster, and diamond bright such as algae, leaves, calcium buildup, and rust.

If you are dissatisfied with the appearance of your pool finish or your pool water has become murky, a drain and acid wash may be just what your pool needs.

The main purpose of a drain and acid wash is to remove stains, scale, and calcium from the floor and corners of your pool bed.

If you are not able to see the walls and floor of your pool, then it may be time for an acid wash. Because the process of a swimming pool acid wash wears down a small amount of the finish we recommend that you only get it done every few years or so.

You may also decide on an acid wash not because of swamp conditions, but just to bring out a brighter, whiter finish. An acid wash is always a dramatic aesthetic improvement.

When we acid wash your pool we will start by draining the pool completely. This will give us a clear view of our work field.