Gunite tomorrow, high of 111*

NinjaWorf

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Jun 27, 2015
31
Mesa, AZ
Having gunite done tomorrow and the high temp is going to be like 111* here in PHX tomorrow and I'm the 2nd job so probably 11-12ish start time...I'm a little nervous. I'll be on a strict watering schedule for curing.
 

Psycho1122

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Sep 29, 2018
92
Mesa, AZ
Keeping the new shell watered after will be the chore. As stated above, when the plaster gets done will be key. Job should take 3-4 hours and if temps and direct sun are the issue, inquire how they will "tent" your pool to slow down curing time.

Good Luck! Cheers!
 
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NinjaWorf

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Jun 27, 2015
31
Mesa, AZ
Thanks, for some reason I was thinking gunite was more sensitive vs the plaster stage. That's probably in a few weeks I'm sure temps will be the same or higher :oops:
 

jimmythegreek

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Aug 10, 2017
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It's fine they will adjust the mix and you will be on water duty. I've seen a hose bib timer setup on one of those light spray sprinklers do the watering automatically. Plaster is another story as said