I would use 101 Lime Solvent from Prosoco. Unless you can find a way to keep moisture out the problem will keep going until the natural salts are spent.

On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 2:07 PM, Stuart Young <santafefc@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

We have been asked to work on a large pool area with some heavy efflorescence (see pictures). The problem is primarily on the vertical portions of the walls coming from the grout and occasionally from cracks in the ceramic tile.  We've tried a few things with some success, but I'm hoping someone else has some ideas. 

How can we best remove this?
Is there a good way to slow this efflorescence in the future? What products would you recommend?

Thank you,

Stuart Young
Santa Fe Floor Care, Austin TX


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