Copper turns white pool surface blue! Smurf pool!

Have you ever had your pool surface turn “smurf” blue?  When you shock your pool and your surface turns blue, then you have “plated” out the metals onto your surface.  The way to CURE your pool is to use the NO-DRAIN METAL STAIN ELIMINATOR KIT by Periodic Products to remove the stain, sequester the metals and eliminate the metals with CuLator Ultra 4.0

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Check back for the “after” images when we treat the pool soon!

Before CuLator and After CuLator

Fiberglass pool treated with NO-DRAIN Metal Stain Eliminator Kit and CuLator Metal Eliminator

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Here are images from a customer who used a No Drain Metal Stain Eliminator Kit on an in-ground fiberglass pool.  The pool was completely stained, but the stains were lifted, sequestered, and eliminated with a CuLator Ultra 4.0

 

What is interesting about this pool is that we noticed that there is no metal touching the water.  So, we asked the pool owner if the water was bonded (which equalizes the electrical potential) and he found out that his water was NOT bonded.  Once he bonded the water, his metals were not immediately plating out onto the surface.

You not only have ground your pool equipment, you must also bond the water.  Yes, these are two different musts.  Many new fiberglass pools are not bonded.  Please check your pool!

Here is a great site about Pool Water Bonding.

Can I reuse CuLator after it dries?

This question came from a CuLator Metal Eliminator customer:

“I purchased an Ultra PowerPak 4.0 CuLator and currently have it in my pump basket. I was wondering if I am able to take it out, let it dry, and use it again later? I wanted to do a phosphate treatment before I close for the winter and I read not to use the CuLator with phosphate removers. Thanks, C. Christoff “