Light gray plaster

Tile, mosaic, marbelite, Marcite, Marblesheen,
fiberglass, plaster, shotcrete, paint, epoxy coatings.
Use, care and repair of the various surfaces.
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Light gray plaster

Postby czechmate » Mon 26 Sep, 2011 17:37

Kiwi, Houston is not in new Zealand.
Here in the US we do not have same stuff on the shelf as you do.
Therefore references to product trademarks from "down under" are useless to us.


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Light gray plaster

Postby Guest » Wed 12 Oct, 2011 23:06

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med gray plaster

Postby johnny661 » Sat 14 Apr, 2012 13:42

Dont do it. I got my pool done and it looks like S***... The pool co who did called in his expert and said with time, it will get better. Well it looks worse. They recommended an underwater acid wash @ my expense to even things out. I am in the process of filing a complaint against them for poor workmanship. I was told there will be molting, but its more then that. It is terrible. So for those thinking of doing a med gray plaster, be prepared, do your homework, and look at other pools (not in the sunlight) and you will surely change your mind.
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My Pool: 16 x 32 gunite21000 gal., Diamond Brite Blue, Swimquip XL pump, DE36
Location: Texas

Light gray plaster

Postby czechmate » Sun 15 Apr, 2012 09:28

Pool construction requires due diligence in research and than consistence of its application.
Anything less is asking for a potential huge disapointment.
People are willing to research more when buying used truck, than when replastering their pool.
That truck you can sell at loss, or leave it somewhere on the side of the road.
You always have the pool in the front of your eyes until you spend more money!
Sometimes being bit more conservative pays off big time.
That is often the case with dark gray, pebble etc.

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