Mono-Epoxy Swimming Pool Paint
Mono-Epoxy 1-part Epoxy Swimming Pool Paint
Mono-Epoxy is a 1 part Epoxy pool paint that makes painting your pool with epoxy easier than ever. It contains a unique resin blend fortified with epoxy ester, which has quickly become a favorite of both the professional and the do-it-yourselfer.
Mono Epoxy pool paint provides the durability and protection of epoxy while eliminating the hassle of mixing, induction time and the limited pot life associated with two component epoxy paints.
- Provides a high level of resistance to pool chemicals while creating an effective barrier coat.
- Levels well in brush and roll applications and is easily sprayed.
- Low odor formula produces a nontoxic finish.
- Commercial quality product.
- Superior adhesion, hardness and durability.
- Resists cracking, peeling and chipping.
- No-mix formula makes painting with epoxy easier than ever.
90 Custom Colors Available including Clear!! Scroll down to see color chart.
Please Note: All colors are custom-mixed. No returns allowed on this paint.
Pricing & Shipping
1 Gallon: $139.95
5 Gallon: $634.95 - CLICK HERE TO ORDER 5 GALLON SIZE
Please Note: some colors carry a tint surcharge of $15-$20 per gallon (as noted in the color dropdown at the top of the page).
**Free Shipping on Orders of $299 or more (48 US States Only). Please see our Shipping page for more information.
- Swimming Pools
- Fish ponds
- Water features
- Supporting equipment
- SURFACES: unpainted concrete, plaster, fiberglass, metal, gunite, marcite or surfaces currently painted with epoxy paint.
- Apply a minimum of two coats.
- Paint is self-priming on fiberglass, concrete, plaster, marcite and gunite in two coats - a minimum of two coats is required on the prepared substrate.
- For steel substrate, you need to use a primer first.
- Covers up to 300 sq-ft per gal.
- Brush, roll or spray application.
- Bare surfaces should be etched and painted surfaces should be scuffed and etched before applying paint.
- Do not fill pool for 7 days.
- For clear, make sure the substrate is thoroughly dry and protected from rain or dew after the application because wetness could cause the clear to become milky.
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