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Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating

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1 Gallon Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating - White

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1 Gallon Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating - Blue Ice

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1 Gallon Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating - Bikini Blue

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1 Gallon Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating - Black

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Epoxy Paint Thinner - Qt

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Product Description

The Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating One Coat Finish System!
Longest Lasting
High Gloss Finish
Alternative to Plaster

Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating provides a durable "ceramic-like" finish that lasts up to 8 years. This strong pool coating inhibits algae growth and is an economical alternative to replastering your pool. We recommend this paint for new pools or to refinish rough, discolored plaster. It's also great for sealing hairline cracks. Resists many common pool stains.

One gallon covers approximately 150 sq. ft. For best results pool should be primed first with either Poxoprime II or Gunzite Primer. Includes painting instructions.

3547 Epoxy Paint Thinner: Use for clean up.

Use this quick formula to calculate how much paint you'll need for your pool.
Rectangular and Oval Pools: L x W x 1.65 = total square ft.
Lazy "L" pools: L x W x 1.5 = total square ft.
Free form pools: L x W x 1.6 = total square ft.

Product Specifications

- Pool coating is incredibly easy to clean and extremely durable
- Cures to a hard, non-porous finish
- Just one coat of Olympic Zeron protects your pool
- Results in a brighter and easier to maintain pool than a plastered surface
- Available in White, Blue Ice, Bikini Blue and Black
- Covers approximately 125-150 square feet per gallon
MPN: 390 CS PK=1 : 1 Gallon Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating - White
MPN: 391 CASE PK-1 : 1 Gallon Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating - Blue Ice
MPN: 392 CS PK=1 : 1 Gallon Olympic Zeron Epoxy Pool Coating - Bikini Blue

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  • Great product Review by

    6/10/08
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    5 1 5

    This product s pretty amazing. My pool was beyond hope, with all the surface plaster completely gone and having chips and pits 1/4" to 1/2" deep, lose crumbling plaster in areas, it really was a sandblast job that was needed. I used the Gunzite primer then coated with Zeron. Although the chips and pits were still there (just way to many to fill in, but if you only have a few, they should be patched with the proper type plaster), however it did smooth them out a bit and the entire pool came out looking pretty good. Sure there were a few runs and rough spots, but this was not any fault of the paint, it was due to the extremely poor condition of the pool. When filled with water, I was still very pleased with the results! Here are a few tips I can suggest: 1. Buy more primer/paint that you calculated. They will take back unopened cans if returned in less that 30-days and you will not have to stop in the middle of your project to wait for more paint. I ended up short 4-gals of Primer (the plaster really absorbs this stuff) and 2-gal paint. 2. Buy the thinner made for this paint. This stuff is extremely messy and sticky making it hard to get off your hands, tools, shoes, etc. 3. Pressure wash, pressure wash and pressure wash again! If you have bad plaster you cannot pressure wash enough to break up loose bits, especially after the acid wash when surface plaster is eaten very thin and flakes off. Throughout the course of the job, I must have pressure washed 20-times. Don't even think about just using a garden hose to rinse unless your plaster is already in perfect condition, and even then I would recommend you buy or rent a pressure washer, as it's worth every penny! 4. Once dried, the paint is extremely slippery and that's a big problem on steps and in the shallow end of the pool. You need to do something to counter act it. I tried adding silica sand to the paint and mixing it in. First I put too much and the paint would not dry (remained soft). Then I put less and it was better, but I am not happy with the way the shallow steps came out, still too slick. Experiment with how much sand works best for you. I read 1lb per gallon was the right ratio, but that did not seem to have enough traction. 5. Follow the instruction on the can for mixing and outside temp when working. Applied it on a hot day (95 deg) and the paint actually had bubbles forming on the paint in some areas. The smoother the pool plaster is to start, the better the job will look when completed, but in a case like mine where the plaster was beyond hope, I thought it came out pretty well considering and will enjoy the pool for many summers to come! P.S. Used the Icy Blue color for the bottom and painted over the bad tiles with Bikini Bottom Blue. If you don't like the look of a vinyl liner style pool (the blue sort of gives it that look, but we love it), better stick to using white.

  • Color looks great Review by

    9/11/07
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    5 1 5

    The pool had a few small cracks and stains. Used the Zeron Bikini Blue. It rolled on and covered the cracks. Pool looks great!

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