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Thread: epoxy paint

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    aussieta's Avatar
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    Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia

    epoxy paint

    our inground concrete pool was painted with two pack epoxy paint (dulux durebild)
    the finish is becoming chalky and rubs onto your hands and feet
    in Australia painting is common
    does any one know of a way to minimise rub off or a better paint finish
    pool was originally quartzon but original owners found finish to be extremely sharp
    SWG inground peanut shaped painted concrete pool
    50,000 litres 13,000 gallons
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    Re: epoxy paint

    Nope. Seems like painting lasts only a year or two from what I have read. Better off saving your money and doing a proper resurfacing.
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    Re: epoxy paint

    chalking is a very common report on the forum....+1 what jblizzle said.
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