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    HELLO A TFP NEWBIE TO THE SITE

    hello everyone i would just like to introduce myself, i am a plaster applicator and renovation specialists as well as Masonry. I am new to the site and am here to offer
    thought and ideas on your projects as well as questions that you may have as well related to Renovations and especially Pool plastering.
    I look forward to interacting with everyone.

    ~merry christmas and a happy new year

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    Welcome to TFP
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    Welcome aboard!
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    How do you do? Pleased to see you!
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    Welcome. It's good to have more people here knowledgeable about plaster on this forum. If you have experience with the long term affects on plaster with pools at different saturation index levels or any water chemistry trends you've noted, please share that with a post to the end of this thread (don't worry about the thread itself as it is in The Deep End due to being technical and speculative). I'd like to gather as many real-world experiences as possible to get some sense for long-term plaster life vs. water chemistry.
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