Pool Replaster....Post Freeze Damage!

MAPR-Austin

In The Industry
Feb 23, 2021
46
Kansas City, MO
Anyway, we got a quote for $1500 for replastering the spa but apparently it will take 30 days to cure. So I think I will wait till late summer when we have our 3-4 month drought to do it, I think I can isolate the spa from the rest of the pool.

Just FYI, the 30 day cure should take place with the spa full of water and you can use it during the cure period. The material will need the water to help hydrate and cure properly.
 

Aggie_aloha

Member
Apr 3, 2018
9
Rowlett
Pool Size
30000
Surface
Plaster
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
CircuPool RJ-60 Plus
Just had my pool replastered and in the middle of filling up my pool. It is at 60% and I expect it to take another 24 hours. With a frost advisory tonight, is there anything I can do to protect the newly plastered (pebble) finish? Very worried.
 
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