Pool Painting 101

Swimming Pool Painting  One of the most common pool surfaces is concrete covered with paint.
Pool paint comes in many different colors, and is an inexpensive coating   compared to other surfaces. There are several types of pool paint. Epoxy,   Rubber, and Ultra Poly One Coat just to name a few. Epoxy paint being the   most popular today. Epoxy paint will last about 5-7 years. Is very durable   and stands up to harsh chemicals and UV rays.
Chlorinated Rubber Base. Rubber base is not as durable or expensive, but   is a dependable, easy to use, inexpensive pool paint. It is easy to apply,   comes in many colors and will last about 3 - 5 years.

Tired of Painting your Pool every 3 or 4 years then Ultra Poly One Coat is for you

New to the swimming pool industry, but proven in industrial applications, Ultra Poly One Coat is ideal for coating pools! Ultra Poly One Coat is not just a paint enhanced to withstand chemicals it is engineered as a protective coating for the harshest environments. This exceptional "paint" was created to coat the concrete containment areas around hazardous chemical storage tanks. This hybrid epoxy has proven it can withstand harsh chemicals, constant exposure, freeze / thaw cycles and more with zero failure in industrial applications. Now this same high performance coating is available for residential and commercial swimming pools.
Ultra Poly One Coat can be used on plaster, gunite, marcite, green concrete, fiberglass and quartz aggregate pools. Use Ultra Poly One Coat to coat concrete swimming pools and discover bottom line savings and a 15 year guarantee. Imagine, a protective coating that dries fast, requires no concrete acid etching, has no VOCs, and comes in a variety of colors that leave a smooth professional appearance that resists fading. Ultra Poly One Coat can be applied quicker, easier, and safer in less time than most other paints, meaning faster completion and longer durability for the owner... and more profitability to you!

We carry Olympic Pool Paint / Ramuc / Ultra Poly / SauSea

Common Problems with Painted Pools

My Pool Paint is Fading
Painted pools will begin to fade over time. Nothing will stop this, but you can “brighten-up” the paint with a light acid wash. Acid will remove any dirt and chalking that can dull a paint job. After cleaning the pool with a light solution of muriatic acid and water, rinse well and refill the pool
My Pool Paint is Chalking

Some painted surfaces will begin to break down over time. The results can be dull, hazy water, as well as a white powdery residue that can rub off on hands, feet and bathing suits. To avoid this, water chemistry and maintenance are the key.
 My Pool Paint has Blisters and Bubbles

Blistering is almost always caused by improper preparation. The pool paint must be applied to a clean dry surface. If the paint is applied too thick, or if the surface is too hot or warm, or if the pool is not cleaned properly, it will blister. Application temperature will also affect the final result. The only thing to do is repaint the pool or the spots that have blistered.

            Quality Pool & Spa has been painting pools for 20 years in Grand Rapids and all over western Michigan, and has painted hundreds of them in that time. We suggest painting your pool in the early spring or early fall before it gets to hot or to cold.

Quality Pool & Spa   3100 Broadmoor SE Grand Rapids, MI 49512    (616) 940-9966   qualitypoolandspa@gmail.com
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