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    soda blasting

    Has anyone ever used this process to get rid of the white ring or calcium build on your pool tile? If so what the outcome, good or bad? Would you recommend doing it? Any side effects? Does it mess with the water balance? What process did you follow when doing it? Thank you in advance for your input.
    San Antonio TX 14K Gal in ground free form jandy vs pump with DE filter polaris cleaning system with auto feed chlorinater, JandyJXi400N natural gas heater

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    Re: soda blasting

    This guy did it. He used blasting beads instead of baking soda though.

    Blasting limescale off my pool walls - DONE REPORT POSTED
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    Re: soda blasting

    Anyone else have any input?
    San Antonio TX 14K Gal in ground free form jandy vs pump with DE filter polaris cleaning system with auto feed chlorinater, JandyJXi400N natural gas heater

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