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Thread: Rolled on plaster

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    Rolled on plaster

    Has anyone ever thought about mixing a very thin mixture of portland and marble dust and rolling it over the pool with a paint roller to "renew" the look. Just a thought.
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    JasonLion's Avatar
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    Re: Rolled on plaster

    It wouldn't bond properly with the layer of plater it was applied to and would end up flaking off fairly quickly.
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    Re: Rolled on plaster

    It likely would not hold very well. Plastering a pool is an art in itself and has to be done at a specific consistency/following proper curing procedure to avoid cracking/spalling and I'm afraid a thin layer would just chip/wash away after a year or 2, if not sooner, just like pool paint
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