No, because fiberglass can make you slip unlike concrete steps
We were getting fiberglass in our skin, so we had the pool resurfaced. They blasted away the old fiberglass an put a new coat in. It is supposed to last 12-15 years. Get the pool resurfaced. Find a company that REALLY KNOWS the business of resurfacing fiberglass.
Pool steps can be made of concrete or fiberglass, depending on the construction and size of your pool. Contact a local pool service about the steps. If your pool is properly maintained, there should be no reason to clean the steps. There should be no algae or anything else accumulating on any surface, so do get some professional advice..
Not recommended. If the fiberglass pool floats, it will do considerable damage.
What type of existing swimming pool? You can patch an existing fiberglass pool.
A fiberglass pool is far superior to a vinyl liner pool. It is also about twice as expensive.
Replacing vinyl liner pool steps is costly and unnecessary. These steps are fiberglass and can last 60 or more years, if cared for properly. But you must replace the white coating, swimming pool gel coat, once every 20 years. Even after the 20 years, the steps can still be repaired or refinished by any DIY pool owner. SwimmingPoolResurfacing.com has the products and the help you need to restore worn or torn fiberglass (plastic) steps.
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Steps built into vinyl liner pools are always manufactured with fiberglass. These steps can be easily repaired with products sold at www.swimmingpoolresurfacing.com.
Either gunite or fiberglass will work well for an indoor pool.
Do not allow fiberglass to be used as a repair for plastic steps, regardless of the type plastic (rovel, weatherpro, loran, centrex) all are ABS plastic and fiberglass cannot form a permanent bond with ABS. Only Methyl Methacrylate Adhesives will bond ABS properly.Yes. I take it this in a inground vinyl pool.. With the pool drained most anyone good with fiberglass repaires can refinish.. Order new steps from your local pool supplier or from the web. Examples:http://www.intheswim.com/Pool-Steps-Ladders-and-Fences/Steps-and-Ladders-I-G/Replacement-Ladders-and-Accessories-for-In-Ground-Pools/&referrer=Froogle?GCID=C14163X018&nosweep=1http://www.poolsupplies.com/Product_PAGES/NewPages/Ladders.html
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