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Thread: Newbie hoping to patch plaster rather than replaster the whole pool.

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    Newbie hoping to patch plaster rather than replaster the whole pool.

    Hi,

    We purchased a foreclosure and the pool was completely empty except for a small algae pond with 5 frogs and 1 snake.

    There are a few large spots with exposed concrete. Do I need to replaster the whole thing? Can I do this myself? Can I just patch?

    Thanks so much,

    Laura

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    Re: Newbie hoping to patch plaster rather than replaster the whole pool.

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    Sounds like ideally time for a whole new replaster job and not just patches which will not look very good.
    Whether you can do it yourself depends on your experience background ... but I doubt it.
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