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MicroGlass hardens the weak elements in both new and existing Pool & Spa finishes--making it the ultimate pool protection!
But the natural porosity of these interior finishes allow chemical reactions between the plaster and the pool water, which plays havoc with the water chemistry and pool maintenance. In many cases, these interactions will produce seriously undesirable effects in the finish, such as etching, spalling, micro-cracking, color loss, calcium nodule growth, and cloudy water from new plaster dust.
All Types of New or Existing Pool & Spa Interior Finishes Including:
For New Pools: Builders & Plaster Applicators
Existing Pools: Pool Service Professionals
Is there still life left in your customer’s finish but maybe they’re battling surface masking, calcium buildup, wild water chemistry swings, or fading color? Help your customer protect their investment by offering MicroGlass after these types of standard services:
A Pebble Pool undergoing a scale-removing polish prior to MicroGlass Application.
The MicroGlass Benefits
MicroGlass converts the soft calcium in your finish into a hardened compound. This conversion fortifies your pool’s Plaster, Quartz, or Pebble Finish– extending its lifespan and durability.
Pool chemicals make it safe for you and your family to swim. But did you know they also destroy your finish? MicroGlass minimizes chemical damage on and within your pool finish and reduces the natural degradation caused by salt, acid, and chlorine.
MicroGlass strengthens the pigmented cement within your pool finish. Strengthening your pigmented cement in your pool finish also safeguard from color loss– keeping your pool visually stunning and vibrant.
With MicroGlass protection, future surface stains become easier to clean with chemicals or brushing.
MicroGlass hardens the cement that holds your pebble and quartz in place.
We recommend following the NPC startup guidelines. However, keep in mind, your calcium levels will balance much more quickly with MicroGlass.