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LUXAPOOL Epoxy Pool Coating – Pebblecrete Surface Pools

PEBBLECRETE SURFACE POOLS  SURFACE PREPARATION 1. Completely drain the pool so that all of the pebblecrete surface can be checked carefully for soundness. If there exists any evidence of loose pebbles or drummy areas, the surface should be regarded as suspect and must not be painted before being repaired. Loose or drummy areas of pebblecrete [...]

LUXAPOOL Epoxy Pool Coating – Fibreglass Pools

Luxapool Epoxy Pool coating exhibit outstanding chalking resistance in immersion applications. However, they are not designed to be applied above the waterline. Where the fibreglass structure extends above the waterline, then an alternative coating system must be used. Epoxy coatings exposed to direct sunlight can exhibit severe chalking in a matter of weeks. For trafficable [...]

LUXAPOOL Epoxy Pool Coating – Marblesheen & Quartzon

SURFACE PREPARATION 1. Marblesheen & Quartzon surfaces are prone to extreme variations in surface quality due to raw material variations, application techniques, additives and surface deterioration. As such, the pool must be completely drained so that thorough inspection can be made of the total surface area. Using a ‘notched hammer’ or similar, test for any [...]

LUXAPOOL Epoxy Pool Coating – Old Unpainted Cement Rendered Pools

OLD UNPAINTED CEMENT RENDERED POOLS SURFACE PREPARATION 1. Old pools must be completely drained before application so that thorough inspection can be made of the total surface area. Using a ‘notched hammer’ or similar, test for any evidence of unsound areas in the pool structure. Rectify any ground water intrusion before surface treatment. (Note: This may [...]

LUXAPOOL Epoxy Pool Coating – Pools Previously Painted With Epoxy

SURFACE PREPARATION 1. Using a stiff brush or broom, scrub the entire surface with diluted LUXAPOOL Concentrated Wash (mixed at a ratio of 500mL Concentrated Wash to 20L of warm water). This removes greasy contaminants such as sun creams, oils, body fats, etc. Pay particular attention to step areas and corners where oil accumulation may [...]


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