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    Help with staining

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    I've tried shocking and Spot out with no luck, local pool store suggested drain free acid wash or Algae Spot out from Pinch a penny, we just bought this house last July and the previous owners did not maintain the pol for at least a year the water test fine except TDS are 4400
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    Danny
    10k gallon inground concrete pool I believe, built in 97.
    New owner since summer 2016

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    Re: Help with staining

    Try letting a chlorine puck sit on a bad spot for 15 minutes or so to determine if it is organic in nature or not.
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    Re: Help with staining

    I Just tried that and nothing
    Danny
    Danny
    10k gallon inground concrete pool I believe, built in 97.
    New owner since summer 2016

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