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Thread: Plaster material

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    Jan 2014
    League City Texas

    Smile Plaster material

    We are considering different kinds of plaster for the pool. We are looking at Pebbletec in black onyx for a dark Zen looking pool. Any thoughts on this product - positives or negatives? Others people have used to achieve a dark look in the pool? I am new to the forum, building a pool, just after gunite stage. Our contractor left us high and dry so we are starting over now, looking at bids. It's terrible in that we are left without a contractor, but now we can sort of start over and reconsider every decision we made with the old contractor. (Trying to stay positive). Would appreciate any feedback.

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    Re: Plaster material

    In addition to the color, it's important to check the texture. Some pebble products can be a little too rough for some people.
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    Re: Plaster material

    I agree with James - we also looked at pebbletec but went with Wet Edge quartz because it was a smoother finish. We wanted a dark finish too and went with Barbados - we love it.

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    Re: Plaster material

    Keep in mind that dark pools can be very warm in later summer. Depending on how much shade your pool gets, it might be something to consider.
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