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Thread: AquataPoxy underwater Paint/

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    AquataPoxy underwater Paint/

    Has anyone ever used it? I was hoping to do some under water touch ups. May less the 3 sq ft.

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    Thanks Mike
    gunnite bottom and fiberglass walls that have been coated with epoxy paint. Approx. 24000 gallons, sand filter.

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    Re: AquataPoxy underwater Paint/

    I have a feeling this product works similar to Dura-Bond. It's a 2-Part Epoxy. Looking at the website, it says Damp/Wet. I do not think this means underwater. If you were to safely drain to this level, I don't see any problem usuing this. You'de have to prep the area first, like sand or remove any existing paint, but I don't see any issues. The site states " can be applied in dry or damp conditions on metal, concrete, and fiberglass surfacess." So I would verify "underwater" painting. I am not familiar with theh brand, but I would check.

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