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Pool Finish: QuartzScapes – jj
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Pool Finish: QuartzScapes



A premium blend of crushed quartz, white cement and mineral-based pigments, QuartzScapes merges beauty and strength for a stunning pool finish.
For more information on QuartzScapes and other pool finishes visit: http://www.nptpool.com/pool-finishes

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  1. Isn't Quartzscapes and other quartz finishes just plaster with some dye and a little bit of tiny quartz flakes added in? We just had ours finished and that is what it looks like. Plaster. I don't see how it is any harder than plaster when that is what it is. I'd like to see some scientific testing that shows it is harder and more durable. Even if the quartz part is harder the finish is only as strong as it's weakest component and when that component is 95% of the finish then I think the answer to my question is obvious. Unless the plaster agent used along with the quartz is some kind of special plaster like substance but not regular plaster?

  2. Holy Crap!! So we are having our pool quartz plastered in a week or so and we just picked the color out today. I decided to see how they apply it and I'm watching this thinking….I hope my contractor does a good job like this crew. Then at the end the guy thanks….the actual crew that's going to be doing my pool! lol. That's where I was today, Bakersfield Pool Plaster! Sweet. At least I know it will be done right!

  3. Thank you so much for this video. We will soon be ready for plaster and I wanted to see what the process was and what to expect. Had I not watched this I would never had known the steps needed for a perfect finish. I hoping the company we are using is going to be following the national guidelines. I'll be out there watching to make sure they don't cut corners. Thanks again for outing this information out there!

  4. My contractor didn't do any of the steps mentioned here, with exception of a little ragging.  He fills the pool, adds about 8 gallons of acid, and tells the customer to brush the pool daily.  He leaves it this way for about a week,  The finished product is splotchy, and lousy looking. 🙁

  5. This is my first full summer with quartzscapes pool. It just looks terrible. It has white splotches all over the bottom sides and veining all over as well. When the pool was filling there was a cement like substance running down the walls at the tile line. I now have a white line on tile that I can't get off. I think it may be cement. I also have grout coming out. I had staining and white sandy looking areas when I opened the pool. I was told by my contractor that after startup I could close, but now the staining issupposedly because the chemicals "were not kept properly" through the winter. I don't know how I could have done that while closed. I have tested daily myself and once or twice weekly by professional and cannot keep the PH and Alkalinity stable. There are now bubbles showing on the walls and I have no idea how that is happening. The pool was very rough and is still rough where I can't get to brush real hard. I am so disappointed since I chose this very expensive finish. I think it needs to be completely redone. My warranty runs out in September. Any advise.

  6. Can this product be applied to refinish an existing pool plaster after aggressively etching the existing surface? What is the minimum application thickness. 
    Also, can it be mixed with a admixture for better bonding to existing plaster?

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