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    Question regarding my newly remodeled pool

    Hi all,

    I recently had my pool remodeled and noticed something that kind of bothered me. I noticed there is no mastic or grout between my spa veneer and my decking. It was not obvious during a normal day. But when we had a bad weather, it became really muddy near that area. It also looks kind of crappy to have a gap there.

    Is this normal? Is it something that my pool contractor should've done when he did the remodel? And advice is welcomed, thanks.
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    TxBwana's Avatar
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    Re: Question regarding my newly remodeled pool

    Looks like they forgot to do the Deck-O-Seal in that area.
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    Re: Question regarding my newly remodeled pool

    That is what I thought. Thanks

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    Re: Question regarding my newly remodeled pool

    Deck of seal probably wouldn't work, since it would flow out of the joint. It is self leveling. I would say, the same grout used between the stones is needed.
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