Diamond Brite Resurfacing

diamond briteIf your pool finish is getting old, stained or simply deteriorating under the harsh chemicals, then you might want to consider resurfacing. Today many pool experts consider Diamond Brite to be one of the best options for refinishing your pool.

What Is Diamond Brite?

Diamond Brite is a crystal quartz-based finish that is sprayed onto the pool surface. It naturally bonds to the pool shell to create a long lasting and durable finish. Diamond Brite is available in white, marble, and a variety of colors and shades.


Pools refinished with Diamond Brite are also easier to maintain clean. Once applied, it creates a hard layer of textured mineral that is stain resistant, making any spots created by a chemical spill or pool debris easier to clean.

Safety First

The finish is also a great deal safer than traditional plaster or marble. Crystal quartz creates a slightly pebbled finish similar to a subtle stucco. The end result is a slightly coarse surface which makes your pool comfortable to stand on and more importantly, it creates a slip resistant surface.


Crystal quartz is one of the hardest minerals available. While traditional plaster and marble finishes can easily corrode in water under harsh chemicals, Diamond Brite is chemical resistant. The finish stays strong, stain free and will rub off or deteriorate, even with the use of strong chemicals. Crystal quartz also shares polymers with cement, increasing bonding capabilities to create a much stronger finish that will hold its color and leave your pool looking beautiful and new. The strong cement bond will prevent your finish from flaking and deteriorating, even in salt water pools.

Diamond Brite – Money Saving

The durability and reliability of a Diamond Brite finish can even save you money over time as you will spend less time and money cleaning your pool because of its stain resistant capabilities, making it a long lasting investment. When you consider the benefits of Diamond Brite pool finish and its advantages over traditional plaster and marble finishes, you can’t really go wrong. For a slightly higher cost than plaster, you can have a long-lasting and beautiful finish.

Click here to learn more about our pool resurfacing and remodeling services. The pool resurfacing and remodeling division at Pool Doctor of the Palm Beaches will be happy to answer your questions about pool resurfacing with Diamond Brite. Contact our customer service team at (561) 586 -2815.