"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!"
Cindy H.
Video of how our process removes calcium
 deposits from the tile without damaging, 
 or scratching the tile. 
Desert Diablos
Pool Tile 
Cleaning Service
(520) 405-0073

Servicing Tucson, Oro Valley, Catalina,
 Saddlebrooke and Marana, AZ.
Our Cleaning Process

The build up of calcium on your pool tile isn't something
 that happens overnight nor is it a reflection of the care and  maintenance that you've put into keeping your
pool in great shape.

  A great analogy to help you understand calcium build up is to
 picture a 5-gallon bucket filled with salt water.  If you leave that
 bucket in the Arizona sun the water will evaporate leaving you
 with a bucket of salt.  So we continually refill the bucket with
 more and more salt water throughout the summer.  The salt
content continues to increase because only that water evaporates,
 not the salt. The salt will eventually harden and adhere to the
 bucket walls.  In this analogy just replace the word "salt" with "calcium" and you now understand this simplified process.

There's no need to fire your pool service company or add harsh chemicals to offset this process. That may only make the buildup harder to remove.  It's natural and happens to everyone.  It's just Arizona's hard water. 

Desert Diablos Pool Tile Cleaning Service uses a system which
 involves a commercial 
grade pressure  washer combined with an environmentally friendly soft abrasive mineral blasting media (MaxxStrip Pool Tile Cleaning Formula) which safely/gently removes calcium, mold, mildew, algae and hard water deposits from the tiles, walls and rocks.  This abrasive is aggressive enough to remove the toughest deposits but gentle enough to NOT damage the grout or scratch the tile glaze.  There are many different kinds of tile.  
Calcium removal is our specialty.

 Our system safely cleans the calcium from pool tile and fountains
 with no sand or glass bead residue 
left in your pool. Our product is
 safe on tiles and 
the environment with no abrasive acids.

Licensed, Insured and Bonded in the State of Arizona

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