Thinking back, where they not replaced not long before opening?
I was going to say calcium buildup which really means that the waters hardness is to high. It’s very common in pools especially water features like that.I believe that white on the blue slide might well be lime buildup. Florida’s water comes from limestone cave aquifers deep underground.
Source: Hard water - Wikipedia
Wouldn’t that affect the bottom of the slide also?
I'll interpret.Only if it leaked through a crack. Otherwise that would not happen.
I think they need to C.L.R. it or something. :saywhat:
That really cleared things up for both of us. I must have read this about 20 times trying to figure it out.I'll interpret.
Scott meant the bottom, meaning the lower part of the slide where it goes into the pool. In the picture a few posts ago, the lower end of the slide is still blue with no white showing.
Teebin took bottom to mean the underside of the slide pieces which would only get wet if there was a crack.