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What happens if you use an epoxy based paint over an acrylic or rubber based paint in a swimming pool?

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2004-11-27 16:20:13
2004-11-27 16:20:13

Using incompatible paints can result in devastating results. Do an online search for Ramuc swimming pool paints. They have great information regarding what paints are compatible with others. I believe the web site is ramuc.com

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