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    Eating away plaster

    Something is eating away at the plaster in my tub. It is attached to pool and there is no sign of damage in pool. Any thoughts?

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    Re: Eating away plaster

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    Re: Eating away plaster

    Is that plaster or paint?
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    Re: Eating away plaster

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