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Is there a video on how to replaster a fiber glass pool?

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2007-09-22 04:01:31
2007-09-22 04:01:31

Hum, not sure if you can actually plaster a fiberglass pool. The glass would have to be removed first. You will have to consult a pool builder, a company that installs fiberglass shells or a company that installs fiberglass in plastered pools - thus converting a gunite/plaster pool into a gunite/fiberglass pool. The later uses the old pool shell as the sub-grade or foundation so to speak.

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Drain the pool..Its the only away one can ensure to get all of the glass out..


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