Can I dye fading matrix in Pebble Sheen?

st_aJuly 2, 2011

Due to misapplication of granular shock (allowed to settle on the pool bottom undissolved), our Pebble Sheen is now faded in a few specific areas. Only the matrix is affected, the pebbles are not. It looks bad (not like naturalistic variegations) and I would like to repair the color myself if possible. The texture and integrity of the finish are fine, so it would be a mistake to remove any of it just for cosmetic reasons. I'm just hoping that there is some way to dye or stain the matrix.

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poolguynj

Afraid it is what it is now, AFAIK.

Scott

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