Florida Stucco Pool Finishes

Gem Finishes

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Florida Stucco Gem Finishes, the etch resistant marcite alternative, are a mill prepared marcite alternative blended with the highest quality selected colored quartz aggregates, white portland cement and proprietary additives to enhance strength, density, bonding and curing. A Gem Finish will yield a hard, long lasting surface highly resistant to stains and spot etching prevalent with traditional pool plasters. Exposure of the aggregate produces a safe, slip resistant and non-abrasive surface that attains a compressive strength in excess of 3500 psi in 24 hours and exceeds 7000 psi in 28 days.
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Reserve Finishes

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Florida Stucco Reserve Finishes have added a blend of colored glass beads to a selection of both our Pearl and Gem line of swimming pool finishes. This pre-blended finish adds the beautiful accent of colored iridescent glass beads to our already appealing selection of aggregate finishes while maintaining the strength and durability that we provide in all our swimming pool finishes.
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Pearl Finishes

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Florida Stucco Pearl Finishes, exposed river aggregate pool finish, is a machine blended pool finish of high quality which contains selected river aggregate, white portland cement, and additives to enhance strength, bonding, and curing. Pearl finish will yield a hard, long-lasting, stain resistant surface that is unique and versatile in appearance. Application of this material can be best accomplished by mechanics that adhere to the professional plastering standards of the industry.
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Petite Finishes

petite finishes

Florida Stucco Petite Finishes, exposed river aggregate pool finish, is a machine blended pool finish of high quality which contains selected river aggregate, white portland cement, and additives to enhance strength, bonding, and curing. Pearl finish will yield a hard, long-lasting, stain resistant surface that is unique and versatile in appearance. Application of this material can be best accomplished by mechanics that adhere to the professional plastering standards of the industry.
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