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Thread: Curing Process - Freshly Painted in-ground pool

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    Curing Process - Freshly Painted in-ground pool

    Hi, I have just had my pool painted with a quality epoxy pool paint by a reputable company. Following completion of the painting I was told to let the paint cure for 6 days prior to filling the pool. I am now on day 4. Last night we had a big thunder/rain storm so now I have six inches of water covering the bottom of the deep end of the pool. Do I need to pump this out or can I just let it evaporate? Should I extend the curing time? Any advice would be appreciated.

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    Re: Curing Process - Freshly Painted in-ground pool


    I'm sorry, but I'll defer to the repair company as I really don't know.
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