How to Remove Calcium on Rock Waterfalls

Answer

When maintained well and kept clean, rock waterfalls may create an atmosphere that is both relaxing and calming for those who visit them. According to T&D Pool Construction, when calcium from hard water builds up on the rocks, it may leave behind white deposits known as limescale. [Citation needed] [Citation needed] There is no need to use powerful chemicals, which would just contaminate your waterfall and produce irritating odours. In order to minimise calcium accumulation, rock waterfalls should be cleaned once every one to three months.

Tip

For the greatest possible performance, ensure that the water level is maintained and clean the pump on a regular basis.