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Swimming Pool Maintenance

By On January 31, 2013 Under Swimming Pools

Here are some results with what can be achieved by MCS using our “ Clean and Capture “ technology.

This is ideal for swimming pool maintenance; cleaning swimming pool tiles and swimming changing rooms.

Grime and limestone build up combined on an anti-slip surface can make it near impossible to be removed using conventional methods and that’s where we come in

These photos are at a leisure club belonging to a Hotel group who had tried many different companies and cleaning products without any success to remove the limescale and green grime build up around their swimming pool area.

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Mark will be happy to advise on cleaning and maintaining swimming pool areas. Contact Mark today.

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  1. Steve Emptage
    June 9, 2014
    1:50 pm #comment-1

    Hi. Having seen the before and after picture of the pool floor you cleaned I was interested to know what products you used? I work for Badminton England at Milton Keynes where we have a hydrotherapy area for the British squad and have a floor that is in a similar state. The cause is the floor not being flat and not running to the drains and so we have areas of thick dirt/limescale/skin/body fat deposits which seem only to come up with scraping with a screw driver. Apart from time consuming, this is also going to cause damage to the tiles in all probability. We have a mechanical floor cleaner/vacuum that has a brush/pad attachment but not sure if this will work with water or chemicals and also mindful of chemicals getting in the pools. any help appreciated as we are a poor sport and can’t afford to get someone in to do this.
    Regards. Steve Emptage


    • June 17, 2014
      1:06 pm #comment-2

      Hi Steve,

      Dwell time is your best way of removing Limescale, select a poolside acid cleaner of your choice Bona products are pretty good. Apply product to the affected areas and keep agitating with a stiff brush and do not let dry out.

      After hopefully getting a desired result, rinse thoroughly and remove all residue.

      Make sure you follow health & safety procedures and wear appropriate PPI. Obviously results will be limited as we use heavy duty machinery to coincide with the cleaning products.

      Good luck
      Kind regards
      Mark Lane-Matthews

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