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Thread: Ramuc EP Hi-Build vs Poolpoxy II

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    Question Ramuc EP Hi-Build vs Poolpoxy II

    I'm prepping my pool to be painted. (I know, pool paint sucks, and it'll last 3 years if I'm lucky, but I simply don't have the money for new plaster.)
    After browsing around online, I found that one of the most popular epoxy paints is the EP Hi-Build by Ramuc. Now, my local pool shop carries Poolpoxy II by Nelsonite Pool and Deck.
    The Ramuc is a two-part epoxy without the need for primer, and Poolpoxy II is a single stage epoxy, but it requires a primer. (correct me if i'm wrong)
    And looking at the specs they seem pretty equivalent..

    What I want to know is if anyone has experience with either of these products. Pros/cons between the two as products and pros/cons between single stage and two-part epoxies.
    Don't bash it if it didn't work for you, I'm looking for constructive input.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Ramuc EP Hi-Build vs Poolpoxy II

    Welcome,

    I'm not sure at all, but hopefully someone can weigh in with some knowledge.
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    Re: Ramuc EP Hi-Build vs Poolpoxy II

    Really? nothing?
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    Re: Ramuc EP Hi-Build vs Poolpoxy II

    Don't bash it if it didn't work for you
    Well, honestly, in order to answer your post someone would have had to paint their pool twice and had good luck both times with two specific products.....maybe someone has but that's a tall order.
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