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How To Acid Wash, Repair And Paint A Pool Video

How To Acid Wash, Repair And Paint A Pool Video
 

How To Acid Wash and Paint A Swimming Pool Video Series

In part one of this video series, Host Tim Casey shows you how to properly and safely acid wash your swimming pool to prepare for painting. In part two, Host Dan Harrison explains how to use E-Z Patch cement patch to repair and fix walls and a walk-in step for a plaster or gunite swimming pool. Also shows you how to repair a cement swimming pool deck or coping. In part three, Host Tim Casey shows you how to properly paint your inground pool.

The purpose of coatings of any kind over the gunite material of the shell is to prevent leaking, because concrete itself is porous. Modern pool paints are an attractive, inexpensive way to coat gunite, fiberglass, plaster, or any other interior surface with a smooth, colorful, waterproof coating. It is an inexpensive alternative to other coatings.

Before painting, evaluate the surface being covered. As with other coatings, the success of painting depends largely on the preparation and qualities of the subsurface being covered. Though paint is an inexpensive alternate, it will not last much longer than three to five years and might begin to peel or dissolve prior to that. Colors might be vivid initially, but will fade throughout the life of the paint, especially the brighter the original color.

As a general rule, cover old paint with new paint of the same type. You can use water-based epoxies to cover chlorinated rubber, but not the other way around. Always follow the paint manufacturer's label directions and guidelines.

 

How to Acid Wash & Paint An Inground Pool
Part 1 of 3 - Acid Washing The Pool

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How To Paint & Acid Wash A Swimming Pool - Part 1 of 3 - Acid Washing The Pool. Host Tim Casey shows you how to properly and safely acid wash your swimming pool to prepare for painting. Be sure to see Part 2, which covers Repairing Cracks In A Pool Wall, Step and Deck and Part 3, which covers the actual Pool Painting Process. Produced by Poolandspa.TV for Poolandspa.com.

Links To Topics & Products Mentioned In This Video:
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Articles:
Acid Washing a Pool
Painting a Pool

Products:
We do not sell Acid on our website.
Pool Paint

 


 

How to Acid Wash & Paint An Inground Pool
Part 2 of 3 - Repairing A Pool Step, Walls And Deck


 

How To Paint & Acid Wash A Swimming Pool - Part 2 of 3 - How To Repair A Gunite Swimming Pool Cement Wall, Step & Deck. Host Dan Harrison explains how to use E-Z Patch cement patch to repair and fix walls and a walk-in step for a plaster / gunnite swimming pool. Also shows you how to repair a cement swimming pool deck or coping. This is Part 2 of 3 in the How To Acid Wash & Paint A Pool Series where host Tim Casey shows you how to properly and safely acid wash and paint your swimming pool. Be sure to see Part 1, which covers the Acid Washing Process and Part 3, which covers the actual Pool Painting Process. Produced by Poolandspa.TV for Poolandspa.com.

Links To Topics & Products Mentioned In This Video:
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Articles:
Patching and Repairing

Products:
E-Z Pool Patch



How to Acid Wash & Paint An Inground Pool
Part 3 of 3 - Painting The Pool

 
How To Paint & Acid Wash A Swimming Pool - Part 3 of 3 - How To Paint The Swimming Pool. Host Tim Casey shows you how to Properly Paint your inground pool. Be sure to see Part 1, which covers the Acid Washing Process and Part 2, which explains how to use E-Z Patch cement patch to repair and fix walls and a walk-in step for a plaster / gunite swimming pool. Also shows you how to repair a cement swimming pool deck or coping. Produced by Poolandspa.TV for PoolAndSpa.com.

Links To Topics & Products Mentioned In This Video:
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Articles:
Painting a Pool

Products:
Paint


Please Note: We no longer sell the "Nelsonite" paint brand featured in this video.

We now sell "Ramuc" Brand Pool Paint

Click Here To See All The Paint And Products Mentioned In This Video Series

 


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