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Do you have to replaster the whole pool if several leaks were found during the first plaster?


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2007-08-06 23:08:48
2007-08-06 23:08:48

When was the replaster job done? Were there leaks before the "first" plaster job? Were those leaks determined to be in the walls of the pool or in the plumbing? To answer your question - most likely - yes. Hmm, what do you mean by several?

Ken

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Because it was first found in Paris and it is also used as a plaster


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