LOTS of news! LOVE the lights and the placement and number are purrfect!;There will be NO hiding in that grotto with the lights on that is for sure!
Thanks, Kim.When you add the CYA do NOT pour it into the skimmer. Put it in a sock (like you wear) and hang it off a stick right in front of a return with the pump running. You can also walk around in the pool with the sock squeezing it as you walk around. Just make sure there is no holes in the sock LOL
Your pool looks great! Did you do aqua blue micro with puerto rico blend glass and abalone shells? If puerto rico blend glass, did you use small or large?
Also, how deep is your pool in the shallow and deep ends, and is it clear enough to be able to see the floor?
Can you post more pictures?
Thanks in advance!
Thank you! In the latest picture, the pool looks lighter than the 3 pictures you posted a few days ago. The pool looked so dark in the pictures from a few days ago that you had me a bit worried!
This lighter color looks very similar now to Nikilyn’s, or is it my imagination?
Do you recall how many bag formula you used for the Puerto Rican glass beads?
Thank you again so much!
Thank you, Niki. We were very pleased with that mistake also.I haven’t been on here for a long time and am just seeing your finished pool. It looks beautiful ! What a wonderful mistake to get 3 bags of glass for the price of one . I wish we’d have gotten more bags. At first I wondered if you had gotten the same color we did, aqua white, but then saw the 3 pics and knew it had to be aqua blue. I think they look like the same color only the blue is darker. Is your finish smooth? Ours is but our friends got it too with their builder and I stood on their top step and it wasn’t as smooth as ours . Glad you got a couple months to enjoy it.
Thanks, Kim,See how the waterfall "stains" react to a VERY light muriatic acid/water mixture and spray some on it. Start with 10% m.a. to 90% water. Have a hose or something with straight water in it ready to rinse it off. Maybe have a stiff brush to scrub it a bit.