Mono-Epoxy Swimming Pool Paint - 5 Gallon
Mono-Epoxy 1-part Epoxy Swimming Pool Paint - 5 Gallon
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.
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.
- Low odor formula produces a nontoxic finish.
- Commercial quality product.
- Superior adhesion, hardness and durability.
- 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.
- 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
Gallon: $139.95 - CLICK HERE TO ORDER 1 GALLON SIZE
5 Gallon: $634.95
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).
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- SURFACES: unpainted concrete, plaster, fiberglass, metal, gunite, marcite or surfaces currently painted with epoxy paint.
- Swimming Pools
- Fish ponds
- Water features
- Supporting equipment
- 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.
- Apply a minimum of two coats.
- 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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