Using quartz, one of the world's hardest minerals, 3M&trad;Colorquarts&trad; Ceramic-Coated Crystals are a melding of nature and technology using quartz, one of the world's hardest minerals.

A ceramic coat is bonded to each piece of quartz. The ceramic coat contains inorganic pigments that give each crystal a brilliant color. This combination creates a crystal that is both tough and beautiful. Its color resists bleeding or fading even when exposed to harsh sunlight strong pool chemicals and acid washings.

As a durable element that is dispersed throughout your pool's finish, it will withstand chemical wear and mechanical abrasion. The crystals have been used in pool finishes for years, and the color still looks brilliant.


resurfacing2In developing, Diamond Brite SGM made ease of maintenance a top priority. The impervious quartz used in Diamond Brite resists stains and etching caused by harsh pool chemicals and environmental conditions.

Additionally, the accent colors in Diamond Brite give the surface a variegate appearance masking the slight imperfections that are readily apparent in traditional plaster finishes.