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Pool Painting

Here is a short summary of the steps we take. Please see full product description further down. We only use the best products on the market, and is still able to give it to you at an amazing price.

Marbelite / Concrete Pool

  • We drain the pool with our own equipment (Using storage tanks if rented)
  • We grind the pool to make the surface smooth
  • Spray the pool with one coat of damp sealer
  • Paint the pool with one coat of clear primer
  • After that we paint the pool with three top coats of pool epoxy so that it will keep a durable and beautiful look for many years to come

Fiberglass Pool

  • We drain the pool with our own equipment (Using storage tanks if rented)
  • We sand the pool to roughen up the surface
  • Paint the pool with one coat of clear primer
  • paint the pool with three coats of Pool epoxy to keep it looking fresh and healthy for many years of pool joy. Your pool will not only get a facelift and look amazing, but you will also be able to enjoy it for many years into the future. The top epoxy layer will protect the underlying sealing primer layer.

The top coat of pool epoxy is available in the following colours:

We use the best product:

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Product Description of our 4-Layer epoxy system

Four-layer Epoxy

Four-layer epoxy pool paint system is offered in two-part epoxy resin and curing agents. The chemical reaction makes it much more effective, tougher and long-lasting than normal paint type products.

The special qualities of a refined epoxy are developed by the chemical reaction during the curing stage and provide thickness, abrasive resistance, chemical resistance and a hard, solid, porcelain-like finish unequaled by any other product. Three highly resilient epoxy top layers will protect the underlying sealing primer layer.

"Honeycomb-type" molecular structures

For these submerged and chemical-rich environments, normal pool paint products will not last very long due to the lack of bonding strength and rapid weakening due the penetration of chemicals and water into the layer structure.

The chemical reaction of a two-part epoxy creates strong “honeycomb-type” molecular structures that cannot easily be penetrated and weakened by other substances. The special qualities of our epoxy swimming pool paint are achieved by the specially selected resin and pigment compounds, further strengthened by the latest technology available in curing agents.

Developments

With our latest developments we took the lead by offering a pool paint product that is immune to acid and chlorine staining. We tested our product by spot-wetting with undiluted acid and chlorine on dry surface with no sign of staining, even after constant surface wetting over a period of 72 hours. In submerged environments, any chemicals added to the swimming pool are further diluted and dispersed which further reduces the risk of staining.

Ask applicators whether acid and chlorine can be added directly into the swimming pool with their pool paints and you may find that many suppliers still rely on old, out-dated technology, adding chemicals directly normally voids their guarantee. Our latest technology takes the hassle out of pool maintenance and swimming pool repair has become a task that any handyman can undertake with our DIY Pool Paint option. Normal HTH chemicals and swimming pool acid can be added directly into the swimming pool with our specialised epoxy pool paint system.

Four Layers of Protection

Three highly resilient epoxy top layers will protect the underlying sealing primer layer. This means that the underlying bonding coat is not just a top-coat formulation diluted or weakened with the overuse of diluent and solvents as we have found to be the case with so many of the products on the market we have investigated. This ensures proper penetration of the surface to which it is applied and excellent adhesion to the surface, even penetration to a depth of 2-3 mm.

80% of the success of the product depends on the preparation of the pool surface and the bonding strength of our specialised pool paint primer.

This primer layer is left for 30min to an hour to become very sticky, literally a glue-like, substance. This is important for the application of the first top-coat, which will then chemically bind or “fuse” with the primer layer. This combination layer, over the next few hours, will form a solid, hard and glossy surface.

The final two top layers are applied over the next two days to provide that tough, gloss porcelain-like finish. This is unlike most other pool paints available, where the top layer is applied on a dry surface or on a dry primer to form a separate top layer, still leaving the risk of inter-layer lamination.

Research on in-ground dams, reservoirs and pools has proven that the only way to overcome the risk of blistering due to reverse osmosis, is to ensure that the highest bonding strength is achieved and that the the complete coating itself is thick enough to withstand reverse pressure. For this reason we do not formulate our product with a high content of water dilution or solvent dilution. The problem with solvents is that it evaporates during the drying time, leaving only the pigment and binder elements of the paint behind. The more solvents are used in the formulation, the thinner the layer will be after drying. It is also a well-known fact in the coating industry that solvents reduce the inherent qualities of an epoxy e.g. hardness, bonding strength, chemical resistance, UV-resistance etc. In water-based epoxies the water is used as a solvent and will also evaporates.

Our swimming pool primer (first coat) epoxy is not diluted by any solvents. Our high-solids Topcoat utilizes a 10-15% solvent content for easier application. The product is rolled on by hand, using Mohair rollers, leaving a thick resilient epoxy layer that will last for many years.

Like the primer layer, the top-coat layers are also two-part resin and catalytic hardener combinations that are smooth, tough, resistant to UV radiation and stain- resistant. Algae cannot adhere to the glossy surface. The protective coating is available in white, shades of light blue, charcoal and black.