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IMG_0413  Don’t subject yourself to the time consuming do-it-yourself dangers and frustrations of trying to clean your pool.Pool tile calcium removal is not a weekend chore. If you’ve tried to remove the deposit by hand, you’ll really find our price to be a BARGAIN. We clean and restore your outdoor pool and water features in just a few hours. Our products are SAFE, NON-EVASIVE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY KIND. Cleaning the average size pool is FAST. It takes about 2 1/2 hours and IS A FRACTION OF THE COST OF REPLACING  YOUR TILE!


  • We drain your pool just enough to expose the Ugly White Scum Line IMG_0047
  • The Scum line is removed with our State of the Art system
  • Our equipment is designed to carefully and gently remove the line leaving your tile in nearly new condition.
  • We use much less product than most, improving the look of your tile and our clean up time
  • We offer tiny glass beading or mineral salts media that is environmentally friendly, effective and  safe.
  • Clean and spray tile with water shield coating the helps prevent future buildup and keeps your tile cleaner longer
  • Clean product and debris from pool and start water refill
  • Most pools can be done, start to finish in less than 3 hours
  • If you chose to remove all of your pool water, we recommend that staining be removed from the floor and walls of your pool before your refill with fresh water. This is a different process that we also provide.  This water should sit for a few days to stabilize. We are able to provide you with the start-up chemicals for your new pool water or do it for you.
  • You and your family and friends will enjoy swimming and playing in a bright, sparkling clean, healthy pool.


Arizona Pool Tile Cleaners is very pleased to serve the Phoenix metro area. You can expect swimming pool bead and salt experts in Queen Creek, Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, San Tan Valley, Florence, Maricopa, Ahwatukee, Gold Canyon, Apache Junction,Tempe, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Phoenix, Fountain Hills and Casa Grande.
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