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Thread: Aggravated with Stains

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    Aggravated with Stains

    Hello. I am enjoying reading through all of the information here. My chemicals seem to be okay with the test strips and I have a Taylor K 2006 on order. I used Stain Free following the exact directions and NOTHING, since I had tested with Vitamin C tablets, I strategically placed them on the stains and moved them around slowly to dissolve the stains - worked GREAT on the floor of the pool. How do I get the same stains off of the sides? Thank you for all of your advice. (I did try vitamin C pills in cheesecloth...NO WAY!!) Oops, forgot to write vinyl liner in my signature...I will edit it asap
    IG - sand filter - (at least 25,000gal)

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    Re: Aggravated with Stains

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    You need to follow the Ascorbic Acid treatment to remove stains. I am not sure if the Stain Free was strong enough.
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