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    63john

    EDIT: Please don't hijack. I have moved your post to it's own thread.

    C3ClCn303 when you "hit it with elbow grease" was this below the water level or submerged the in water, I too have some stains and wonder if I can scrub submerged or only if water level is lesser. thanks
    Blue haven kidney style 16,000 gal gunnite including Spa, test Kit TF - 100
    Built 2000 deep end 7.5 feet, 2 steps at shallow end
    Original SWG then convert to chlorine
    Pentair Clean & Clear cartridge filter (4)
    Blue Haven Teledyne Laars Platinum II heater

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    Re: Small circular stains on stairs

    Quote Originally Posted by 63john View Post
    C3ClCn303 when you "hit it with elbow grease" was this below the water level or submerged the in water, I too have some stains and wonder if I can scrub submerged or only if water level is lesser. thanks
    You can scrub your stairs without lowering your water level.
    20K gallon vinyl inground pool, Hayward Pro Series sand filter, 1 HP pump, Taylor K-2006

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    Re: Small circular stains on stairs

    thanks what is best way to scrub pool floor without lowering water level by long brush attached to a Pole? some stains are in 7 ft water near the main drain at deep end ?
    Blue haven kidney style 16,000 gal gunnite including Spa, test Kit TF - 100
    Built 2000 deep end 7.5 feet, 2 steps at shallow end
    Original SWG then convert to chlorine
    Pentair Clean & Clear cartridge filter (4)
    Blue Haven Teledyne Laars Platinum II heater

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    Re: Small circular stains on stairs

    Well I let the pills sit on there for 24 hours and they did in fact eat away at the stains. Thanks! Very odd though.
    20K gallon vinyl inground pool, Hayward Pro Series sand filter, 1 HP pump, Taylor K-2006

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