Wonder if anyone has a report or review of this type of product. I'm considering it as an overcoating of my unsightly cracked and patched concrete deck. It's applied like a stiff mix of aggregate but it's composed of chipped up recycled tires with a urethane binder and several other ingredients. It's porous and comes in several colors. Apparently it's relatively new.
I'm wondering specifically about how hard it is to keep clean. I usually have lots of debris from surrounding trees depending on the season - maple tree helicopters, pine needles, cottonwood puffs, ETC. Usually I can use my cordless leaf blower. Since it's porous, there must be tiny openings in the surface. I wonder if my debris would fill up the tiny pores, or if a percentage of my pine needles would actually stick up.
I wonder about other aspects too so I'm soliciting comments.
Pool details: 20x40 inground hybrid construction, approx 40 yrs old, 24" Ranger sand filter, New Hayward gas heater 250k btu.