How big(area) is your pool ? 15/30
The area of Plaster's Green Meadows is 43,000.0 square meters.
Break out the old plaster and plaster over the area to seal the plaster surface. It is best to lower water level in the pool first but there are patch materials that work under water.
form_title= Venetian Plaster form_header= Add depth to your home with venetian plaster. How much plaster do you need?*= _  Are you repairing a wall?*= () Yes () No What are the dimensions of the area?*= _ 
Mix AExterior/ Exposed to dampnessArea of plaster per bag mixAll Purpose Cement Plaster thickness Area of wall (m2)Bags per (m2)110 mm120.08333333315 mm80.12520 mm60.166666667Mix BInterior/ Dry.Area of plaster per bag mixAll Purpose Cement Plaster thickness Area of wall (m2)Bags per (m2)110 mm150.06666666715 mm100.120 mm7.50.133333333
Yes you can (re-plaster) There should be a company in your area that does the plaster for pools when they are built and also re-plaster as they get older. Your Pool supplier should be able to suggest who may be the most reliable. yes,
Sacroiliac area, sacrum, coccyx or coccygeal area, or it can be referred to as the top of the natal cleft (butt crack).
Nothing, but break away the plaster in the area you want to run the wire into the wall than to repair replace with drywall.
Not that I know of. However the process is so simple that a kit would kind of be over-kill.Material: Vaseline or (shaving cream and rasor), roller gauge bandage, plaster of Paris.Shave limb or apply liberal Vaseline If you're a real man and don't mind a little pain you can skip this step.Apply roller bandage over entire area to be encased.Apply Plaster of Paris and let dry.
I wouldn't recommend using a nail gun on plaster, it may shatter around the area you would be nailing. I would predrill a whole and use screws into the studs. I recommend using a concrete drill bit. If you plan on covering the entire wall with wood or something then you could get away with using a nail gun, but if you ever take that wood down the plaster wall will be ruined. You could always fill in the pre-drilled holes and paint over it if you ever wanted the plaster look again if you went with screws.
There are 2 part epoxies that will do the trick. The product has a clay like consistency to it and the label should tell you if it can be used underwater. Pool stores, Lowes, Home Depot all have a suitable product. Clean the crack of debris or loose plaster, mix up the epoxy and push it into the crack as deep as you can. Go back over the area with a finger to remove most of the excess and give a decent appearance to the repair. It will last until whatever caused the crack allows it to crack again. There is always a reason a pool cracks....expansive soil, ground movement, trees (I am fixing a tree crack right now) soil compaction/liquifaction etc.
The butt crack is a line in the butt area . It creates two butt cheeks . If it weren't for the but crack , your butt would be one big lump ! ! ! How awkward would that be ? ? ?