Aqua Coat Water-Base Pool Paint
PREMIUM WATER-BASE POOL PAINT CAN BE APPLIED TO DAMP SURFACES, AND HAS VIRTUALLY NO ODOR!
- Durable acrylic enamel pool paint can be applied to unpainted damp surfaces, and pools that have been previously coated with water-base swimming pool paint.
- Versatile water-base pool paint yields a short down time of only 3 days in most cases.
- Minimum 2 coats on initial application.
Coverage: Approximately 250-275 sq. ft. per gallon
Technical Specifications:For Indoor and Outdoor pools. Covers approximately 250 square feet per gallon. Durable acrylic enamel water based pool paint can be applied to unpainted damp surfaces, and pools that have been previously coated with water-base swimming pool paint. Drying time before filling pool: 3 days at 65°F average temperature. Minimum 2 coats on initial application. On the first coat, thin with 10% water, after complete drying, apply the second coat full strength. Virtually no odor. Apply to a damp surface If a primer coat is preferred mix 16 ounces of water with one gallon of Aquacoat. Follow with full strength coating on 2nd coat. If properly applied with 2 coats should last the entire season. We recommend that the customer purchase 2 extra gallons of paint in addition to the amount that is calculated that they need. If the customer is in the middle of painting their pool and they find that they will not have enough paint the coverage on their pool will not be consistent since they will have to wait for more paint to be shipped to them. The color may also vary slightly as the paint may come from a different dye lot from the manufacturer.
What type of paint is this?
– Aqua Coat is a water-based coating.
Do I have to let the pool surface completely dry before I paint the pool?
– No, you can apply this paint to a damp surface.
How many coats do I need to apply to the pool?
– You will need a minimum of two coats on the initial application.
How much paint do I have to use?
– Each gallon will cover approx. 250-275 per square foot. See chart below.
How to Calculate the Square Footage of a Pool:
1. Identify the shape of the pool - SEE BELOW
2. Use the formula given to calculate the pool square footage.
3. Divide the pools square footage by the sq. ft. per gallon of the desired paint to determine how many gallons of paint are needed.
Pool Shape Formula Rectangular Length x Width x 1.5 = Total Square Feet Oval Length x Width x 1.65 = Total Square Feet Roman Length x Width x 1.55 = Total Square Feet Lazy L Length x Width x 1.65 = Total Square Feet Free Form Length x Width x 1.6 = Total Square Feet