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Thread: Liner Rails

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    Petal Mississippi

    Liner Rails

    I would like to repaint my in ground vinyl liner pool rail. I s there a special paint and if so where to find it. Thanks, Vince
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    Central Minnesota

    Re: Liner Rails

    If your rail is metal, I would rough it up with sandpaper and/or steel wool and use a metal primer paint and a second coat of enamel. There are two-part marine polyurethane paints, but they are expensive and probably over kill.
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    Re: Liner Rails

    Hi vmwonders. You probably dealt with this already, but the product you are (where) looking for is "Coping Paint". It is for aluminum coping.
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