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Help! What shade does royal blue liner turn in the water?

Posted by nicole007 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 11, 12 at 0:16

Does it deepen or lighten? Does the royal blue turn more aqua or deeper blue? Why do some peole say to stay away from getting the deeper blues? I have kind of a wild yard. Should I be worried about seeing the bottom for snakes?
Thanks for input!

P.S. And by chance, does anyone have a pattern in their pool called Hawthorne? I need to see pictures of what it looks like with water in it.


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RE: Help! What shade does royal blue liner turn in the water?

Liner patterns, not unlike plasters, pebble, are going to show differently in different lighting conditions. The only way I know to be reasonably close is to compare it to a liner sample.

Video and printed matter have many variables that will have their share of effects impacting what you see.

Is this your only choice?

I tend to lean away from dark, nearly solid patterns as over the years, these patterns can fade more than a lighter pattern. Looking nicer longer is desirable too.

I have also learned people will buy different patterns, ones they like.

Scott


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