Revitalize Your Pool Plaster Finish with Our Innovative Abrasive Pads. Get a smooth, polished pool finish with our durable Pool Abrasive Pads. Our pads feature a hook and loop backing and diamond abrasives bonded with a non-corrosive material that won't leave any stains on your pool plaster finish. Use wet or dry, with a maximum RPM of 3000. Designed in the 1980s and updated with input from industry professionals, our pads are the ideal solution for resurfacing rough pool plaster.

What you need

Step 1 - Empty Your Pool for Optimal Results - Begin the Resurfacing Process by Draining Your Pool. Take Advantage of the Opportunity to Repair and Replace Any Items Below the Coping.

Step 2 - Start Begin Sanding with WD7050 Non-Corrosive Pool Plaster Abrasive Pad. Attach the pad to the AG7519 5/8-11 threaded hook and loop backer pad and secure it to a Sander, Polisher, or Buffer machine with a maximum speed of 3500 RPM and a GFI connection. Wet the surface to be treated, and use your hand to feel the roughness. Rinse the area with water. If some areas appear smoother than others, continue sanding until the surface is consistent. Focus on removing any stains and rough spots.

Step 3 - Achieve a Consistent Pool Plaster Surface with WD7070. Utilize our WD7070 Pool Plaster Abrasive Pad, attached to the AG7519 5/8-11 threaded hook and loop backer pad, on a sander, polisher or buffer (not exceeding 2800 RPMs) with a GFI attachment. Before using the pad, wet the surface to be processed and use your hand to gauge the roughness. Rinse the area with water. If some areas remain smoother than others after using the pad, continue the process until you achieve a consistent finish.

Step 4 - Utilize the WD7120 Non-Corrosive Pool Plaster Abrasive Pad with the AG7519 Hook and Loop Backer Pad attached to a Sander / Polisher / Buffer with a maximum speed of 2800 RPMs and a GFI connection. Before starting, wet the area to be processed and feel the roughness by passing your hand over it. After the process, rinse the area with water. If some areas are still rough or inconsistent, continue processing until the pool plaster surface is smooth and consistent. If any stains or rough areas persist, simply go back and process those areas again.

Step 5 - Cleanse the pool walls, floor, and steps thoroughly with water and use a wet vacuum to remove any residuals from the polishing process.

Helpful Tips

Tip 1 - Protect Your Pump: Remove drain cover and use a Large Bath Towel to Block Drain and Filter Out Harmful Pool Plaster Residuals.

Tip 2 - Protect Water Line Tile with Tape - Use Tape to Shield Water Line Tile while Processing with Aggressive Pool Plaster Abrasive Pads. Remove Tape within 30 Minutes after Application. REMOVE DUCK TAPE WITHIN 30 MINUTES AFTER APPLYING