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    pool deck

    My pool, which I believe was constructed in the '70s, has a deck made up of pebbles. However, many of the pebbles are loose, and we find that every time we get into the pool, we knock some of the pebbles in. Anyone know if there is some way to bond the pebbles? If not, or if too big a hassle, is a brand new deck the way to go?

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    Roman in ground pool (16 x34, 20,400 gallons), cleaned professional every Tuesday, with a leaf skimmer, suction cleaner connected to skimmer via hose and brush. Pool pump is currently set for 6am-1pm daily. Pool is filled with a water hose two times/week for about 40 minutes (my understanding is filling pool isn't under restrictions by my city).

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    Re: pool deck

    I think the latter for sure. You'll be way better off and much happier with something new. Trying to save the old would likely be less than productive, especially for any significant amount of time.
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    Re: pool deck

    Thanks Patrick for the reply (and signature edit)!
    Roman in ground pool (16 x34, 20,400 gallons), cleaned professional every Tuesday, with a leaf skimmer, suction cleaner connected to skimmer via hose and brush. Pool pump is currently set for 6am-1pm daily. Pool is filled with a water hose two times/week for about 40 minutes (my understanding is filling pool isn't under restrictions by my city).

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