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Old 10-26-2015, 11:53 AM
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Budbetty, something sounds very wrong. The water in your pool should not be so hard as to cause deposits to form, and certainly not acidic enough to damage the tiles. My I suggest, have one of the large pool companies (we use T&D pool and Spa) come out and look at your pool and specifically your water chemistry. You may need to have the chemistry adjusted, and a really good cleaning.
Hope this helps.
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