Hi- There can be several reasons for blistering in fiberglass pools. If the pool is new- the chances are that it is a manufacturing defect so you should contact the manufacturer. If the pool is older- it is probably osmotic blistering which is common in fiberglass boats. For more information on this look up "osmotic blisters" on Google. The cure is usually to let it thoroughly dry out, fix the blisters, and paint with a good epoxy that will keep moisture out. Hope this is of help to you. The previous response sounde like the blisters are soft like bubbles. The blisters on my pool are hard - can't be pushed down with hand pressure.
yes it will..... but it would take a long time. so i would recommend what ever part/ parts of your body that has fiberglass, is to soak it in the bathtub with soap and water, as if you were taking a bubble bath
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.
The fiber glass wasn't coated properly when it was manufactured
Bubble wrap can be very effective if put on correctly. In your case it would not only solve the problem of your son getting an allergic reaction, but it is also less expensive than fiberglass and much easier to use.
would a cracked blocked cause a car to bubble antifreeze inside the reservoir of a 97 ford taurus ?
There are several good companies for fiberglass pools. I would go with Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools.
A fiberglass column would be lighter and would withstand the weathering a wood column would. Also fiberglass is not susceptible to termites nor do they need to be sealed as wood would.
Have your gall bladder checked.
It's not a good idea to swallow wads of bubble gum, but it's highly doubtful it would cause any future problems because the stomach acids would do their magic on it and you'd get rid of it through a bowel movement. Watch for the bubble! LOL
A broken tire belt or bubble.
fiberglass i would pressume