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    Sanding plaster that has spalled

    I have some Patch-it from Leslie's Swimming Pool Supply. Is that the same thing? Sorry if these are dumb questions - there's nothing I've found online that is very clear on this.
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    Sanding plaster that has spalled

    The blisters were very shallow (<1/8"). No exposed cracks/rebar/rust. even concrete. I've never found any info regarding filling gaps that shallow, so I figured I'd have to sand them smooth. Just want to bounce that off people that have more experience than me before I dig in.
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    New in Minnesota - Ice is gone time to get the pool ready for THE ENTIRE FAMILY HOME ALL THE TIME...it's fine tho...just fine....

    That's true. We've been in the house 10 years and we do get maybe 2.5 months:oops: of use in the pool. Starting off early this year though, so we'll cross our fingers!
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    New in Minnesota - Ice is gone time to get the pool ready for THE ENTIRE FAMILY HOME ALL THE TIME...it's fine tho...just fine....

    Pool was here when we bought the house and it get constant use the two months a year it's nice enough to be in the water. Over the years I've re-tiled the scum-line tiles twice due to pop-offs. I replaced the pump last year. We do all winterizing, opening and maintenance work ourselves...
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    Sanding plaster that has spalled

    Hi. I've been trying everything I can think of to avoid having to re-plaster my pool as the ROI just isn't there for how long I plan to live here. I have about a 20 Y/O in-ground pool with several sections on the walls where the plaster has flaked off. I've removed all loose plaster with a...