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Thread: Tile cleaning

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    Aug 2014
    orange county

    Tile cleaning

    Hi all

    I have been a pool man for a while now, I have a lot of customers with calcium buildup problems i'd like to start doing soda blasting does anyone know a good reasonably priced sodablaster?

    What do you guys recommend.

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    Mod Squad jblizzle's Avatar
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    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Tile cleaning

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    There are a few threads that discuss putting together a system for personal use, but may not be good enough for your needs.

    If you come up with anything, I would sure personally like to hear about the system as I have considered getting a setup too.
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    Aug 2012
    Sacramento CA

    Re: Tile cleaning

    If you're near a large city, find tool rental places - explain that you need to remove mineral build-up from glazed tile without damaging the glaze - then have a bunch of glazed tile NOT on a pool on which to try them out.
    1980's 15,000 Gal IG Plaster; 1 1/2 hp Hayward Northstar; Hayward Swimclear C3025 Cartridge Filter (325 sq ft, nom.); Pentair Legend; Polaris PB4-60; Equipment 40' from pool. p.s.: it's an aye-aye.

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