We just finished the construction of a new in-ground pool (30K Gallons) and spa. The pool is concrete with Ansylbrite finish (plaster made by CLI....Sunstone Select Sapphire). The pool was just plastered on Saturday and finished filling Tuesday. We are following all of the instructions (brushing 2x day, chlorine every other day, and will have the water tested tomorrow and add appropriate chemicals).
My question has to do with the plaster. Tonight I turned on the lights for the first time and noticed some imperfections in the plaster. My understanding is that some imperfections are to be expected but I just wanted to make sure the ones we have are within the range of reason and are not cause to be concerned. What I see in the plaster are a several areas (maybe the size of a half dollar) where the surface is not smooth (maybe slightly indented, slightly pitted etc.). In other areas, there is what looks like a mark left by the edge of a spatula....again, not real deep but visibly noticeable with the lights on. I have not noticed any of these during the day.
Can someone please let me know if these kind of imperfections are "normal" or is this something to be concerned about?
Also, one final point of concern..in the shallow end, I noticed a beige, round-ish discoloration in the plaster....probably about the diameter of a tennis ball. At first I thought it was a leaf or something b/c of the color but it is actually a discoloration in the plaster. Again, does anyone know what this might and if this is a cause for concern? Is this the kind of thing to call the pool company about?
Thanks to anyone who can shed some light on the above!