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    This is mine. IG fiberglass, 25x12. I installed it myself 1.5 years ago. What a project that was...






    And more pics of the build
    http://s36.photobucket.com/albums/e40/k ... ?start=all
    6000 gal inground fiberglass
    1.5hp pump / sand filter
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    WOW!!! Absolutely fantastic. Do you have any fingers or hands left after working them to the bone on that one???? So how often do you have to touch up the paint on the deck? That had to have taken some time. Looks Great. All of you guys are going to make me go broke thinking of neat ideas to do around my pool.
    MIKE

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    KeithW, that's beautiful! Ya done good! Love those multicolored paving stones. Are those painted, or resin, or what?
    ~Jules~

    My pool: INDOOR 13x27 rectangular fiberglass, built ~2001, BBB, TA-60 sand filter, Hayward two speed pump (1 hp/0.33 hp), 3/4 hp booster pump for solar heater
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    Thanks for the comments. I created the cobble effect buy using one of the cobblestone forms from Quikcrete and pressing it onto the wet cement. The deck and the waterfall aren't really painted, it's a Xylene based stain/sealeant from H&C. It bonds right into the cement and is supposed to last for many years.

    http://www.hcconcrete.com/product/3011.asp
    6000 gal inground fiberglass
    1.5hp pump / sand filter
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    Quote Originally Posted by keithw
    Thanks for the comments. I created the cobble effect buy using one of the cobblestone forms from Quikcrete and pressing it onto the wet cement. The deck and the waterfall aren't really painted, it's a Xylene based stain/sealeant from H&C. It bonds right into the cement and is supposed to last for many years.
    Do you find that it is slippery when wet?? Just curious. Great creative ideas. Thanks for sharing.
    MIKE

    21K Inground Custom w/ Spa (Gunite/Plaster), SWCG, Hayward Northstar, Polaris 280, Hayward Color Logics, Jandy PS-8

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    Re: Keithw's pool pics

    Nice Job!
    93mastercraft - Aqua Leader Reflexion 21' round 54" high above ground pool. This is not a $399.00 Pool! Wedding cake steps, Haywood 1.5 pump/sand filter. If I'd thought taking care of a pool was this easy, I'd owned one a long time ago!

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