Thank you for the kind words. A couple tiles around the skimmer might have been adhered to the painted surface unfortunately but I think I'm going to just let that stay the way it is. Couldn't be on top of these guys the entire time and given I live in Miami, the workers only speak Spanish .I am on this one to cheer you along! Good job taking care of business on your own when the PB would not. GURRRRRRRRRRR to him!
This pool was painted, which is a completely different thing.Ours neighbors pool renovator used that method where they made 1 inch chips every few inches. They subsequently plastered over it with pebble plaster. It’s been a few years and no delamination.
Haha I said the same thing. At this point I think I have what it takes.When this is done you can start your own pool plastering company
No biggie. It doesn't look bad now that the pool is full. As you said, I'm the only one who will notice it and that's because I have an eye for this stuff.The only thing they could do to fix it is take out and redo the plaster. It might blend in better as the water gets in AND you do some good brushing. You will always see it BUT others should not really notice it too much. Just keep the pump running so the water is moving and no one else will even notice.