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    Pool Paint

    1. 4 months ago
      Good, old school paint
      I use this annually to repaint my 50+ year old pool in the Chicago area. Winter is hard above the (drained) waterline. Holds is color and surface way better than competitors (I've tried...), applies easily, and dries as indicated on the label.
    2. 2 years ago
      good paint and very very very nice...............................................................
    3. 9 years ago
      Looks Awsome
      Great deal for paint!
    1. 7 years ago
      So far so good
      I am very satisfied with my paint job. It has only been 3 months since completion; so, I can not attest to its durability over several years yet. Please be prepared for a lot of work, but, the following tips will make your job easier and more successful. 1. Obtain a plastic 2 gallon flower watering cannister with a spout and a brush or broom for washing the pool sides and bottom. 2. Wash the pool twice with TSP (trisodium phosphate). It's like Tide soap with no fragent smell. I washed the pool ... read more twice because I did not use hot water. Rinse 3. Wash the pool with 50% pool acid and 50% water taking care to cover all areas with a flow of the mixture. BE CAREFUL, this wash is dangerous to skin! Work a 5 foot length of wall and let the mixture do the work as it will smoke and etch the pool sides and bottom. Rinse within a minute and keep plenty of water running to dilute the solution accumilating in the bottom of the pool. 4. Drain and acid wash the bottom of the pool. Rinse. 5. Wash the pool again with TSP. 6. Let the pool dry in warm temperatures for at least two days. 7. PAINT THE POOL WITH INTHESWIM PRIMER AND PAINT THE FINAL COAT OF EPOXY PAINT FROM 24 TO 48 HOURS AFTER THE PRIMER. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS ON THE CAN CAREFULLY. 8. When painting the tops of steps or other slippery type areas, use one cup of clean sand mixed in one quart of epoxy final coat to create a "non-slip" type surface. 9. The above advise and tips are from a one-time user of these products and are not intended to be from a professional pool painter with any guarantees. This advise merely comes from the personal experience of a do-it-yourself homeowner. Good luck with your project.
    2. 1 decade ago
      Paint vs. Plaster Resurfacing
      If money is tight and you have been putting off resurfacing you plaster pool, consider this epoxy paint. When done correctly, it will ast as long as many re-plastering jobs. Basically your drain your pool, clean the surface, sand the surface, acid wash the surface, rinse, and then apply the epoxy paint. If you are going over plaster, it may take two coats. Let dry. If you did it correctly, you beat the system and saved thousands of dollars. $500 to resurface your pool and it lasts for 8 years ... read more (but starts to get chalky at 6).
    3. 2 months ago
      Made the order right
      Ordered 3 gallons, received 2 gallons, they promptly got me the third gallon. Understand this can happen. Historically never any issues. Haven’t used the paint yet but expect it to perform well.
    1. 10 years ago
      Excellent Product
      Use this paint every year to freshen pool, Inground pool that we have had for 33 years.
    2. 3 years ago
      First time using.
      Needed to paint my 42 year old gunite after being closed for three plus years. Used prep magic to prepare surface, that was a lot easier then the old way.( just follow instruction ). Then used Envirolon Rubber-Based Pool Paint worked great covered really well, just make sure area is well ventilated (strong smell) watch the temperature outside follow application instructions. Pool up and running looks great very pleased.
    3. 4 years ago
      Good coverage paint
      Paint covered great with 1 heavy coat thru sprayer , would have done 2ND coat but I did not purchase enough
    1. 1 year ago
      One coat is plenty!
      Bought another brand last year and it faded after half a season. This paint looks so nice right now, love it!
    2. 4 years ago
      Great Product
      This product goes on easy. Covers great. Does a really good job. Product arrived quickly and securely packaged. Thank you!
    3. 1 year ago
      Just what I needed
      The paint is amazing! It has brought my pool back to life!
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