Thank you!! I much prefer this over paint! They also provide a product for the basecoat that looks reasonably priced. I need to look into it more, but I think this is the route I will go. Thanks again.
I'm using quikrete mortar mix and located in san diego county. Good idea on filling the voids. I might give that a try.What mortar are you using for the block? I see your in CA I assume somewhere it doeant freeze? I would advise you to pin down some of that block to the slab and fill the voids to lock it. Just be careful with your block work, i can't use the stuff here except for a foundation. I always feel ita so much easier to make a form and use concrete, even if done in sections.
The reviews on that ChlorMaker are pretty solid. I actually like the idea of not having to install something inline with my pump, and I can run the wire through the overflow drain pipe and hang the probe in the corner of the tub where it will be mostly out of the way. The drape over system might be the way to go! Simple-and-effective solutions are the best.2ft x This one is a drape over system Amazon.com: Saltron Mini Salt System Drop-In Saltwater Chlorine Generator for Hot Tubs & Swim Spas - up to 2000 Gallons: Garden & Outdoor
But the chlormaker might work better to install inline.. I had this one but it installed inline... This one is a beast https://smile.amazon.com/ControlOMatic-ChlorMaker-Saltwater-Chlorine-Generation/dp/B00NY0PFG2
That's a good point. I didn't intend for people to stand and walk on it, but I can't rule it out either. I'll probably do just that when I'm brushing. Darnit. One more thing to keep thinking aboutSlippery when wet, that's how it will turn out. I would use something with some traction.