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    Stone Sealer?

    The coping has been installed on the pool and it is "Silver Valley". Its a natural stone, limestone.

    Please can anyone recommend what sealer we should use on it?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Stone Sealer?

    anyone?

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    I used Dupont Stonetech for salt water pools (ordered off Amazon). Great stuff and I'm sure it would work well in your situation. Very happy with it about 4 months in.
    15 K gal/gunnite, 600 gal attached SPA, Hayward: ProLogic, ColorLogic LED, Super II pumps, 400k BTU heater, StarClear cartridge filter for, SwimClear cartridge filter . Pentaire: booster

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    Re: Stone Sealer?

    Quote Originally Posted by savela
    I used Dupont Stonetech for salt water pools (ordered off Amazon). Great stuff and I'm sure it would work well in your situation. Very happy with it about 4 months in.
    This is what our PB is quoting to use as well. I can't give any feedback on it as our pool hasn't been built yet.
    38'x24' freeform IG gunite, 26k gallons, 3.5' - 7'
    8t Moss rock waterfall with gunite slide
    SWCG, 2 x 2.7hp Hayward Tristar pumps, booster pump, 425 sqft cartridge, 400,000 BTU heater, Polaris Black Max 280, ProLogic PS8 & Aquapod

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    Thank you to both of you above. Is this what you are referring to - http://www.amazon.com/StoneTech-Salt-Wa ... ter+sealer

    Can that be used for both the limestone as well as pavers?
    How often will I need to be doing it?
    Does it give a wet look?
    Does it make the stone slippery?

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    Re: Stone Sealer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shaf77
    Thank you to both of you above. Is this what you are referring to - http://www.amazon.com/StoneTech-Salt-Wa ... ter+sealer

    Can that be used for both the limestone as well as pavers?
    How often will I need to be doing it?
    Does it give a wet look?
    Does it make the stone slippery?
    http://www.amazon.com/StoneTech-BPSS4-1 ... _hi_text_y
    This specifically mentions as being suitable for Limestone, the first link did not. I'm afraid I don't know whether it is or not it's just the 2nd link specifically states it.
    38'x24' freeform IG gunite, 26k gallons, 3.5' - 7'
    8t Moss rock waterfall with gunite slide
    SWCG, 2 x 2.7hp Hayward Tristar pumps, booster pump, 425 sqft cartridge, 400,000 BTU heater, Polaris Black Max 280, ProLogic PS8 & Aquapod

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    I used in my coping tile. Was no more slippery after application (although stone was a bit slippery prior to application). I think it will last for 1-2 years but that I likely an overestimation. I would guess apply once per year but don't hold me to it. Ill reapply once water stops beading. Interestingly, some Olympic sealer I was using on my pergola over sprayed on my coping tile and it works better than the stone tech!
    15 K gal/gunnite, 600 gal attached SPA, Hayward: ProLogic, ColorLogic LED, Super II pumps, 400k BTU heater, StarClear cartridge filter for, SwimClear cartridge filter . Pentaire: booster

    http://www.troublefreepool.com/detai...l?hilit=corpus

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