Preparing Pool Surface
Surface is prepped before applying first coat of fiberglass
Apply Fiberglass Matting
Cut fiberglass matting into appropriate sizes and saturate it with fiberglass resin. Then, carefully apply the saturated matting to the pool’s surface. Ensure that there are no air bubbles or wrinkles in the fiberglass matting.
Sanding & Grinding
Use specialized equipment to sand and grind the pool’s surface.
Seal & Waterproof
Apply a final layer of resin or sealant to ensure the pool is completely waterproof and to protect the fiberglass surface.
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