Fibreglass roman corner steps. broken faceplate

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j.foulds
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My Pool: indoor inground pool made of concrete. Retangular with corner fibreglass roman end 3 circular radius steps. pool approx 11feet by 23 feet. shallow end 3ft to 6ft deep end.

Fibreglass roman corner steps. broken faceplate

Postby j.foulds » Wed 15 Jun, 2022 14:52

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I have an issue with the faceplate on the above fibreglass sorner steps. Does anyone know how i can fix this so the a new liner can be attacked. Either a repair or where i can get a replacement part or solution would be helpful. The steps were put in in about 1990 when the pool was built. i am tring to reopen the pool as it has stood empty and cover over for about 10 years.


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Re: Fibreglass roman corner steps. broken faceplate

Postby Teapot1 » Thu 16 Jun, 2022 01:39

There are various car repair fibre glass compounds that usually can do the trick.
Isopon P40 is a good one over here.
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j.foulds
I'm new here
I'm new here
Posts: 2
Joined: Wed 15 Jun, 2022 11:51
My Pool: indoor inground pool made of concrete. Retangular with corner fibreglass roman end 3 circular radius steps. pool approx 11feet by 23 feet. shallow end 3ft to 6ft deep end.

Re: Fibreglass roman corner steps. broken faceplate

Postby j.foulds » Thu 16 Jun, 2022 14:11

Thanks. I will have a look and see if i can find the product you have suggested.
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Re: Fibreglass roman corner steps. broken faceplate

Postby Teapot1 » Fri 17 Jun, 2022 08:37

You probably have a local equivalent.
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