So we signed contracts with a PB and a paver guy in March. The project was a resurfacing of an existing pool. New deck, new coping, new plaster, and tile etc. Needless to say - if something could go wrong it has. The project began March 15th and was supposed to take 3 weeks. We only had the pool surface plastered today and are filling it with water now 7/8/15!!!!
In any case - before the pool plaster was installed our paver guy warned us not to let the pool guy get any plaster on the coping. He said it would stain it permanently and that once it was stained there eas no way to remove it and we would have to replace it in order to get rid of it. So today the new plaster was installed and there are blue stains EVERYWHERE. All over the coping and all over the deck. I pancked and call the PB he told me not to worry - that it was no big deal that it was an inherently messy process and it always gets all over peoples decks. That it will clean up easy - they will use a pressure washer and possibly a scrub brush with some muratic acid. So who is telling the truth?n
Has anyone had any experience with this? Does it come clean and if so how much of it? Will I keep finding spots? The PBs solution sounds like a spot treatment - If I really start looking around its hard to find a paver that doesn't have some kind spot/s on it. I am afraid even if they clean it there is no way someone will find it all of it - unless EVERY stone is cleaned. I don't want to keep noticing new spots after I have paid everyone.