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    Pebbletec textures

    I saw a few pebbletec/sheen samples over weekend and was suprised how smooth the finish was on pebble tec and also pebble sheen. I was expecting a rough feel based on the blogging. Even though the pebble tec had larger stones, they were still very small and just felt bumpy like a basketball, peble sheen also. Diamond brite feels like course sand paper which I feel is easier to cut yourself.

    The Pebble tec brochure really should be updated, hard to see true colors as a lot of pictures are taken with led lighting etc. Please post some daylight pictures of your blues if have available particulary at the 5 foot level. Thanks
    Freeform gunite, 14,000 gallon saltwater sport pool.
    10 ton moss rock w/ waterfall, 50 sq ft raised spa.
    Bluestone coping, pebblesheen. Jandy pro flo 1 hp pump, legacy 325k heater.

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    Re: Pebbletec textures

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    Re: Pebbletec textures

    Thanks for the photos!
    Freeform gunite, 14,000 gallon saltwater sport pool.
    10 ton moss rock w/ waterfall, 50 sq ft raised spa.
    Bluestone coping, pebblesheen. Jandy pro flo 1 hp pump, legacy 325k heater.

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