My pool is not in bad shape, actually in very good condition, I want to paint it now before it gets bad. I flipped it to a salt water pool when I bought the house.
I live in a pool neighborhood and the local weekend experts who's pools need sandblasting are telling me not to waste my time I have years of life left, I disagree as the finish looks 'thin' to me.
So I'm doing preventive maintenance as opposed to full scale $8-10,000.00 repairs they need to do.
Latex over or under epoxy I don't believe will work, and someone told me about a rubberized paint product. Might be a Canadian thing, not sure. I just need to know how to test the current material and get the same thing.
We normally use epoxy system because its pretty durable and long lasting.. weve been in this business for some time and tried many other... they all have their advantages but we find epixy has the best long term advantages..
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