Pebble Fina Ceilo Blue or Grigio


New member
Oct 14, 2019
Roseville, Ca
Hi All,
We need to resurface our pool that had old school white plaster. It is only 6ft at the deep end and has a salt and pepper exposed aggregate that we are not replacing. The house is beige and we are surrounded by mature redwood trees that keep pool shaded most of the day. We are having a hard time deciding which surface color to go with. PF Cello Blue would be the safest choice with minimal mottling issues that may bug me, but not much wow factor in pool color. Grigio may offer nicer water color but I’m worried I won’t like the grey color on the steps, benches and in shallow area or the mottling that may occur. Can anyone with either of these surface colors share a photo of your pool and offer any positives or negatives you have experienced with either one? I’ve attached some photos of our pool for reference. Which PF color would you recommend? Help!?!



Mod Squad
LifeTime Supporter
Jul 10, 2012
Tallahassee, FL
Here is a thread for plaster colors by real people! Pool Finish and Color Viewing Room...TFP Member Sound Off

Here is a set of links to help you get the best plaster job possible:
Ten Guidelines for Quality Pool Plaster Best one of all
All Plaster Finishes Should Last 20 Years
Not All Color Pigments are Good for Pools How to pick a good color for plaster.
A Plastering 'Watch List' | Professional Watershaping | Watershapes
Trouble Free Pool
Trouble Free Pool

Pool care links to keep your new plaster looking great every day:
Print these out:
Pool School - Basic Pool Care Schedule
Pool School - Recommended Levels

Bookmark these:
Pool School - Recommended Pool Chemicals
Trouble Free Pool
Pool School - ABCs of Pool Water Chemistry

We also think every pool needs it's own test kit like the one in my siggy below.

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