rwrogers11 said: The only issue I have, someone (I guess myself since I'm the one that cleans the pool) left a hair pin in the pool, and no I'm not the one that wears them. It rusted a bit, I tried to scrub it up, but the stain is there to stay. My concern is with the vinyl liner, will the rust eat throug it? Its on the very bottom, so it would be a pain to put a patch on. Click to expand... Not sure if this will work on vinyl, but people on here have mentioned using crushed vitamin C tablets put in a sock and then placed on the stain. I would think it is worth a try. I doubt the stain will eat through.
Hmmm, I'll try that. Just crush them up, put in sock, and weight down over the stain. I can and will try it. Thx.
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