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Thread: Loose Flagstone Coping, DIY repair?

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    Loose Flagstone Coping, DIY repair?

    I bought my house 3 years ago with the pool and spa already built, and the house was only 7 years old at time of purchase, so the pool is not that old. The previous owner choose flag stone coping for the top layer over the tile upper edge. Well, two pieces have not only come loose, but fell into the pool when our dog walked over them. Can I replace them myself by cleaning the area and using thinset and then grout after a couple of days?

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    Re: Loose Flagstone Coping, DIY repair?

    Welcome to the forum.

    That should be a pretty easy fix. Pics help but that should be fairly straightforward. You very likely have other loose ones so you may want to plan on "repair" day.
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    Re: Loose Flagstone Coping, DIY repair?

    I'm gonna have to do the same thing and I have been worried about it as well. I am a pretty good DIY'er but I have never grouted anything.
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