How much does it cost to epoxy paint a pool?
If you get it done professionally (which you should if you want maximum quality), labor costs will vary. That can be well over $500, so you’re looking at around a minimum of $1,500 for the whole process.
Is epoxy paint good for pools?
Epoxy pool paint is an effective way to transform your pool’s interior surface into a bright, vibrant water feature you will love to show off. The paint also provides a smooth, durable finish that shields the bare surface of the pool from water damage, chemical damage, and other problems.
What is the best pool paint in South Africa?
Hyper Paint is the leading stockist of Dulux paint in Southern Africa. This product has been specially designed for painting the surface of a new pool and repainting a pool that was previously painted. It is stain-resistant and will give your pool a glossy look that will make it irresistible this summer.
Can I paint my pool myself?
To paint the pool, you’ll need to degrease the surface with TSP, then acid etch the plaster, followed by another washing and scrubbing with TSP. For acrylic pool paints, the pool can be painted damp, but for epoxy paints (the longest lasting pool paint), you’ll need to let the pool air dry for 3-5 days before painting.
What is the best paint for a pool?
The Best Pool Paint by Surface
- For concrete pools, acrylic enamel (2-3 years) or epoxy (5-8 years) are the best pool paints.
- For bare plaster or marcite pools, epoxies offer the best value, though for rough surfaces an epoxy primer like Gunzite is advisable.
- For fiberglass pools, epoxies are the best pool paints.
How long does pool paint last?
For the most part, you can expect your pool paint to last anywhere from two to five years. Epoxy will last you the longest: five to seven years. Rubber based paint has a little bit shorter lifespan. And, you can count on acrylic paint lasting two to four years.