Saddlebrooke and Marana, AZ.
Welcome to Desert Diablos Pool Tile Cleaning Service.
Step 1: Lower the Pool's Water Level
Before we begin the tile cleaning process, we will lower the water level in your swimming pool. We only lower the water level by about 6 inches so the calcium line is fully exposed and we have clear access to the residue on your tiles. The water is drained by using an industrial water pump that will lead to a wash, drain, or to the nearest street. We will NOT charge you extra if you wish to have your pool drained further then 6 inches. Please just let us know in advance so we can allot for the time needed.
Step II: Cleaning Process
The cleaning process we use consists of pressurized water, a patented nozzle and Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom Salt) to remove the calcium and hard water deposits. The abrasive is aggressive enough to remove the toughest deposits, but gentle enough to not damage the grout or scratch/etch the tile glaze.
It is ph neutral, so it doesn't change the water chemistry and is totally safe for plants, pets and people.
Step III: Clean Up
Your pool will be vacuumed using our own pump and filter which will remove any media from the bottom of the pool so it will remain clear of your filtration system.
This leaves no mess for you to clean up.
Step IV: Protective Coating
Once we are finished cleaning the surface, we will wipe down the tile surface by hand to remove any additional residue that might still be on the tiles. At this time, you will be able to see how the pool tile cleaning process has completely freed your pool tiles of any stains and/or residue. After the residue has been removed and the tile has dried we apply a wax-sealant to protect the tile from further water damage. The pool tile surface will be clean and glossy.
The entire pool tile cleaning process normally takes about 4-5 hours for a regular sized swimming pool (80-90 linear ft.). Excessive buildup, waterfalls with additional tile facing and natural rock features may require additional time.
Our process is totally environmentally friendly.
"I just wanted to drop you a note and let you know how amazing the pool tile looks! It hasn’t looked this good since it was new!"