How to Prevent Swimming Pool Liner Color Fading

Apr 8, 2019

Salt and Chlorine Systems Cause Color Fading

No More Pool Liner Color Fading

The biggest and most consistent complaint, by far, we hear from our clients who own vinyl swimming pools is the fact that their swimming pool liner color fades so fast! In fact, the pool liner pictured above was a brilliant blue just five years prior to this picture being taken. The pool was equipped with a salt system and the chlorine produced by the salt system absolutely destroyed this pool liner over the years. Not only did the color fade very quickly…but the liner also lost it’s elasticity and became brittle and then started to crack resulting in the liner needing to be replaced…AFTER ONLY 5 YEARS! The good news is that pool liner color fading can be prevented. The bad news is that it will require a sizable investment up front. By upgrading to a Drinkable Pool Water System at the same time you replace your pool liner you will eliminate virtually 100% of the pool liner fading (excluding a tiny amount of color fade caused by the sun). Most people buy a Drinkable Pool Water System for the health benefits…but preventing pool liner color fade is another big reason to do it. When you take into consideration how much money you save over the years from increased longevity of pool components (like your liner), decreased spending on unhealthy pool chemicals, and just a much more simple way of maintaining your pool…the Drinkable Pool Water System basically pays for itself in about 4 years after installation.

AOP technology and titanium produced hydroxyl radicals will make chlorine as a swimming pool sanitizer obsolete within the next few years.