PLUS is the smart way to convert your worn rubber-base coated pool to
an epoxy finish. Simply clean surface, roll on FUSION PLUS, then follow
with one coat of ZERON or two coats of POXOLON. Your rubber–to–epoxy
finish will be beautiful, and will last for years.
Coverage: Approximately 225 - 250 square feet per gallon
Which Coating to Use
Selection of the correct coating for your pool depends on:
(1) whether your
existing surface is bare concrete, plaster or fiberglass,
and (2) if
currently coated, with what? If after using the paint chip test you are unable to determine which type of paint was on your pool, Contact Us for instructions on how to send paint chip in for analysis.
Again, epoxy is your choice. Both
of these surfaces require a special
primer before the application of the
Before coating any surface, see the
"preparation" section on
page 6 of this guide for your particular
On your sandblasted surface (concrete
or plaster) you may choose the Olympic
system that best fits your service
and application requirements. Remember,
although more attention must be given
during application, epoxies offer
the longer life. Steel, aluminum and
fiberglass all require the epoxy system.
Which System to Use - on New or Unsurfaced Pools
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