How long must I wait before I can add salt to my newly resurfaced pool?

“NO SALT SHOULD BE ADDED FOR 28 DAYS”! National Plasterers Council, NPC Start Up Card, September 2012 edition. Some salts have anti-caking agents that can stain a new pool finish, prompting some to wait 45 days or more from the day of resurfacing. The longer you wait, the more it allows the new pool finish time to cure properly and thoroughly, to prevent staining from salt.

 

 


AZ Pool Resurfacing Options!

“Mini-Pebble” surfaces have increased dramatically in popularity including being installed in most commercial pools. An inviting selection of colors and textures allow pool owners to express their unique Style. StoneScapes® combines artistry with durability and comfort to create the perfect finish for any pool or spa.

JEWELS for POOLS® with BLUE PEARL Pebble Radiance™ is the ultimate in color reflection. This blend of iridescent, multihued, vibrant gem-like glass combined with nature’s own blend of mini pebbles, abalone shell and rich pigments turn this pebble pool finish from ordinary to extraordinary!

Radiant-Fusion

Radiant-Fusion

The newest innovative most modern blend available in today’s market. Using the smallest sized micro pebble enhanced with the radiant brilliance of iridescent, multi-hued, gem-like glass crystals of Pebble Radiance and abalone shell. Vibrant water hues and ultra smooth finish completes the look and feel of this new interior pool finish.