the blue line is most likely caused by the chemicals used in the pool. you will have to try several different approaches to see which one works. The Problem is the chemicals you use may upset the chemical balance of the pool water. I would first try a mild abrasive to see if it can be abraded off with out the use of chemicals. If that doesnt work than I would try a mild acid such as sulfamic acid and than an alkaline. Make sure to test first to see what it does to the tile.
Gentlemen,A swimming pool, at surface level has a 6" glass mosaic tile all the way around. The surface below the tile is called pebbletech, a well known finish for interiors of pools. The pebbletech seems to be causing a blue line on the mosaic tile. How do I remove it?Stuart YoungSanta Fe Floor Care----- Original Message -----From: Baird StandishSent: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 7:50 AMSubject: [sccpartners] Table Etch - What is this Material?Hi,I have been asked to take care of some etching on a table. The site is fur peace from here so I asked that they send me a picture. In looking at the picture, I am not really sure what this material is. Is it Quartzite? And does anyone know how this might respond to honing and polishing Thanks for your help.Baird
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