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Thread: pool surfacing

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    Sep 2015
    Roseville, Ca

    pool surfacing

    We are almost ready for the pool interior surface to be applied. We are having
    Radiant Fusion-Blue Frost.
    Question; around the piping inserts, there is significant indentation to the wall surface.
    Do these get filled in with a concrete patch? Will the PB try to address using
    the Radiant Fusion product? I want a smooth seamless finish and this worries me?
    thanks for your help.

    Last edited by TomCa; 12-18-2015 at 03:11 PM. Reason: add pic's
    TomCa - IG, gunite, Freeform, 30 x 17, raised beam wall w/ledgestone and flagstone cap, 3ft spill, radiant fusion blue frost, 480sqft concrete decking. SWG filtration, 2 returns, 1 skimmer. 2" & 2.5"PVC . JEP15 Jandy ePump 1.5hp Variable Speed, AquaLink PDA P4 Pool Control , SAVI-MELODY100-J Nexxus 14W 12V Pool Light X 2, J Series, Polaris - 360 Cleaner, Model F1B.

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    DFW, TX

    Re: pool surfacing

    That is normal. It is filled with plaster, cut flush and eyeballs are installed at time of plaster. Mine looked just like that before plaster. Pic in my build thread, link in sig.
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