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    Painting fiberglass baptistry

    Thanks again!!!
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    Painting fiberglass baptistry

    Two more question, RDspaguy. 1) What acrylic clear coat do you recommend using to seal the cracks and surface of the baptistry? 2) Do you have any experience with Acid Magic, which is marketed as a buffered muriatic acid that is much safer for human skin and has 90% less acid fumes while...
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    Painting fiberglass baptistry

    Thanks much for sharing your expertise, RDspaguy!
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    Painting fiberglass baptistry

    50/50 muriatic acid sounds like some pretty strong stuff. When I was a dumb college freshman at Texas A&M, in a brand new building for science labs, I was mixing sulfuric acid into water as I was walking. Clumsily I spilled the acid on me, eating the bottom half of my shirt off, burning holes...
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    Painting fiberglass baptistry

    RDspaguy, thanks for the quick reply. You seem like EXACTLY the resource I need. The reason I have been adding the CYA is because of a recommendation that "You will want some CYA in the water, not for protection from the sun, but to buffer the harshness of the chlorine." from this 2016 thread...
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    Painting fiberglass baptistry

    Because I am a pool owner (and a retired guy), I am in charge of my church's baptistry. For several years we keep water all the time in the baptistry and warm it up every Saturday in case someone wants to be baptised on Sunday. The baptistry is fiberglass, about 400 gallons. I maintain the...