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Aqua Blue Pebble Sheen and LED lights

Posted by angiedfw (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 3, 10 at 21:19

Our PB has us curious about Aqua Blue and our LED lights. Will the LED lights be 'visible' with the Aqua Blue, or is the blue plaster too dark to illuminate the pool? Anyone with both the AB and LED lights, please share your experience before it's too late for us LOL!


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RE: Aqua Blue Pebble Sheen and LED lights

You'll love them. We have tahoe blue with no trouble at all. Sorry for the blurry pics, but you get the idea.

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RE: Aqua Blue Pebble Sheen and LED lights

Thanks! That's just the kind of feedback I was looking for. AB is lighter than TB, right? So we should be fine...


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RE: Aqua Blue Pebble Sheen and LED lights

How big is your pool and how many lights do you have? I have color LED lights (2 in pool, 1 in spa) with Tahoe Blue and the colors come through great. I have heard people complain that there is not enough light if there is only 1 light vs. 2 in the pool.


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RE: Aqua Blue Pebble Sheen and LED lights

Our pool is about 41,000 gallons with 2 lights. We just got spray-painted today. Woo Hoo!!! Now onto HOA approval!!! (I need a drink!) LOL

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RE: Aqua Blue Pebble Sheen and LED lights

Mine is around 20,000 gallons (deepest part is only 5 feet) with dimensions of 36'6" by 24' with 2 lights. Sounds like you have a big pool. Maybe you should get 3? Maybe that's overkill? If you are worried about it being too dark I would definetely get some builder's advice.


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RE: Aqua Blue Pebble Sheen and LED lights

We have tropics blue stone scapes. Some colors illuminate the pool with no trouble like blue and white, but the red does not work so well.


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