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    exposing aggregate on a new pool build

    I am starting the construction of my infinity pool. I am having a Tahoe Blue Quartzscape finish. My PB is going to do an acid bath (fill the pool, add acid and brush the pool for a number of days) versus an acid wash and pressure wash before the pool is filled. I would imagine that I have to let them do it the way they want to or I risk the warranty. Are both methods to expose the aggregate acceptable? Thanks in advance for your feedback.

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    Re: exposing aggregate on a new pool build

    That is a pretty common way of doing it. Brush brush brush brush brush....and then do it again!
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