I have a Florida Gem coating - it is basically plaster with blue 3M chips. Yesterday when the PB was repairing a leak around one of the main drains, he found a hole in the plaster. He thought it was deep enough to fill. So now I have a quarter sized white round spot on the bottom of my deep end. I know it is not important, but a blemish like that in such a new pool (7 months) is killing me. He said the only way to really repair it is to drain the pool and try to fix it, but that it will most likely never match.
I need ideas on how to fix this or cover it up.
I have decrative tiles on the walls and so was thinking of epoxying a small tile, like a starfish or something right over the blemish and then on the opposite side of the deep end to give it some symmetry. I know the tile will stick above the pool finish, but am not sure if that is bad or not, other than bumping it when vacuuming.