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    New Member - starting pool replaster/renovation

    We're looking at doing a pool renovation. Have a couple estimates replacing the current plaster with quartz products - SCM Diamond Brite and Wet Edge Luna Quartz. Are there differences in the products other than the colors offered? Is one more durable or preferable than the other?

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    Re: New Member - starting pool replaster/renovation

    Welcome to the forum!

    Generally, the quality and skill of the install is most important. That said, WetEdge is in my opinion a superior product and the applicators have to be approved by, and certified by WetEdge to install it. Any builder can buy and install DB. WE has a greater variety of very high quality products. Given the two and the choices of applicators where you are, would go with WE if it were me.
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    Re: New Member - starting pool replaster/renovation

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick_B View Post
    Welcome to the forum!

    Generally, the quality and skill of the install is most important. That said, WetEdge is in my opinion a superior product and the applicators have to be approved by, and certified by WetEdge to install it. Any builder can buy and install DB. WE has a greater variety of very high quality products. Given the two and the choices of applicators where you are, would go with WE if it were me.
    What about Pebble Tec? I'm in the same boat of getting bids which will be WE or Pebble Tec. Thanks
    approx. 18k gal, IG gunite w/ fiberglass overlay, Polaris 280, Centurion 1hp/1.65 sf pump, AO Smith 3/4 hp/ 1.50 sf booster pump, Mytilus FMY-150 cartridge filter. Pool remodel has started and will be upgrading to Pebble Sheen Ocean Blue, Pentair FNS Plus 48 DE Filter, LED multicolor or white light, and Pentair Intelliflo VS pump. Pool automation and solar heat automation to come later.

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