Loose coating ?

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Jack_47

Loose coating ?

Postby Jack_47 » Tue 06 Sep, 2011 15:31

We have a swimming pool in Portugal. The bottom is "unstable", the coating seems to have loosened completely. What to do ? Expensive ? Do we have to empty the pool and completely rehabilitate the pool ? Any quick fix for this ?


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Loose coating ?

Postby czechmate » Tue 06 Sep, 2011 19:26

With all due respect,you will find better results with palm reading online, than going this route, Sir.
There could be a million reasons for your problem and about as many ways to aproach it.
You need to have a local pool expert to assess it at location.
Good luck!
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Loose coating ?

Postby andrrewdamien » Wed 09 May, 2012 11:03

Coating is very useful to protect paint. There are so many various types of coating materials available today. Coating mainly protects wall from so many aspects such as it stops leakage water.
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