I'm in Australia and have a quartzon pool. I have a lot of calcium stalamites coming from the walls and floor. The best way to get rid of them according to the manufacturers is to empty the pool and acid wash the whole area. The problem is that water in Brisbane is expensive and to refill would cost around $1500. Some one else told me to acidify the pool to below ph 6 and keep it that low for a week or more, scrubbing regularly.
Does anyone think this would work successfully?. Also I am worried I may damage some of the fittings with a low ph. Would also probably be best to turn off the filter while i do it.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated