deep end round bottom grinding help

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rctoys
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My Pool: 25000 gal 50 years old cement, 10 feet deep round bottom, kidney shaped, I have repainted 3 times and now finally figured it out, I think, working on it now. Hard part is doing body work in deep end

deep end round bottom grinding help

Postby rctoys » Sat 11 May, 2019 13:09

I have a kidney shaped pool with a 10 foot deep end, what have you done to climb the walls to grind and epoxy fill? It is a cement pool and I have painted it 3 x in the past, made mistakes with polyurathane for the cracks but now am working on it using epoxy. I did come up with a way to get up the walls in the deep end but what do we normally do?


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Re: deep end round bottom grinding help

Postby Teapot » Mon 13 May, 2019 13:38

Epoxy doesn't seem to last either, I have given up on it.
If funds allow there are alternatives like polyurea coating or Aquabright.

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