There are two important issues involved when trying to achieve quality colored pool plaster that will remain durable, attractive, and the proper shade for many years.
The first issue is to utilize superior workmanship practices to achieve good color, with minimal mottling, and no blotchiness, white streaking or soft spotting, which our previous email update addressed. (Note: Some pool owners prefer the slight mottling variation that is normal for colored plaster).
Added by Kim Skinner on January 17, 2019 at 3:30pm — No Comments
The Art of Good Pool Plaster Color
An attractive plaster color (other than white) is often preferred by pool owners. However, it is very difficult for plasterers to produce a uniform and consistent color. The reality is that there will always be some minor shading (mottling) and variation in the color and can never be uniform looking like paint or fiberglass.
One of the primary reasons for non-uniformity is that pool plaster a hand-finished product. It is…Continue
Added by Kim Skinner on January 17, 2019 at 3:25pm — No Comments