Paint Your Pool with Epoxy Paint from DIY Pool Paint


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Australia Best Value Swimming Pool Coating for concrete fiberglass and rendered pools. Save money and do it yourself. For more details visit:


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Epoxy Paint

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EPOTEC and Epoxy Paint Epotec is called a high build coating. Meaning it goes on thickly and easily to last. This is 100 solids which means no thinners or solvents involved in its chemical structure. Solids make the cured/dry coating.

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Other Epoxies Paint Other epoxies have thinners some up to 50 they indeed look good when applied and cover much more area will last for few years however if you want them to last longer then you need 1 2 or 3 extra coats.

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Features of Epoxy Paint ➢you get great opacity the paint covers very well leaving very even colour finish ➢you can go on to damp surfaces. ➢no solvent to give you headaches ➢easy mixing and roller application.

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How to Use Epoxy Filler Holes in concrete smaller ones generally and fibreglass pools may be filled with an epoxy filler such as Megapoxy PM. It’s important to follow the mixing and application instructions carefully. Generally you mix equal portions by knife on a clean board until homogenous.

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Chlorinated Rubber Vs Epotec Usually it’s thought of as being flexible and as its low cost a good choice for pools. In fact it’s softer than epoxies and is re dissolvable in aromatic solvents such as acetone or xylene. Such paint does offer good chemical resistant to some chemicals acids and alkalis and this is its main use currently such as on steel work tanks and boats. It’s a very old formulation developed towards the end of world war II. Also they tend to lose gloss and yellow over time.

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