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47" LARGE Mosaic Sailfish Drop-in PoolArt™

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Drop-in PoolArt™ decorates your pool floor. The image appears to be tiled on your pool floor, but that's just an illusion. Actually, you simply set one of these colorful emblems on the water and let it sink to the bottom. It’s weight keeps it there, no adhesives needed. For removal all you need to do is simply lift the Drop-in PoolMat™ off your pool floor.

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  1. Pool Problem Solution....Beautiful Result 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Jul 2018

    Our saltwater pool had winter chemicals eat away some concrete in the shallow end of the pool. The contractor wanted to recoat the entire pool and spa for a price of $8,500. Not having won the lottery recently, we looked to an alternative solution to cover the chipped away concrete surface for the summer.... Aqua Art!! We purchased the large sailfish mosaic and it looks beautiful. At the end of the season, we'll drain the water down and repair the concrete ourselves, but the Aqua Art is definitely going back in the pool!!

  2. This Looks Fabulous 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Nov 2014

    $100 for what looks like a mosaic on the bottom of my pool.. That would be an easy $1000 more like more to have a Real Tile Mosaic done.. plus you really would need to tile the whole bolllom at least to NOT have issues with automatic cleaners..

  3. Swimming Pool Mosaic Couldn't Be More Convenient 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jul 2013

    I'm a guy who wishes life had one of those "easy" buttons, but I think this swimming pool mosaic is about as close as I'm going to get. Really, these things are a no-brainer if you want to spice up your pool. My partner and I looked (glanced, really) at other ways of putting some design into the pool, but this was the only one that made any sort of financial sense. I can't tell the difference between this and actual tile work, which begs the question: if I can't tell, why should I pay more?