Please note that Pacific being a darker colour will generally create a warmer pool and will also tend to show the residues of salt and pool chemicals on the surface as white stains. While it is resistant to UV it will tend to lighten over time.
Justin from Castlecrag NSW had concrete pool that was painted over 15 years ago, most of the paint was gone. Good preparation and efforts made that pool look spectacular with EPOTEC Royal blue.
Gary from Mackay had enough of patching vinil liner pool. Stripped it off , repaired old concrete surface and painted it with EPOTEC Royal Blue (Pacific). Now he is enjoying his new pool in navy blue....
Royal Blue Pacific used to bring new life to old Victorian pool.
A great family pool in Cleveland (QLD) gets the DIY treatment to bring it back to life, with Epotec in Pacific.
An attractive DIY Royal Blue result on Gold Coast.
Shows the magic with the colour
A tired Chlorinated Rubber pool was in need of a big improvement for Christmas…so to save painting every few years the owner decided Epotec is the only way to go.
He transformed his pool into an inviting resort and is now being enjoyed by the whole family with Epotec in Pacific colour.
Removal of the Chlorinated Rubber over Marblesheen took some effort using angle grinder and disks. But the hard work is well worth it when you see the inviting result
Here is a recently coated pool in leafy Sydney which brings out the deep pacific blue to a great depth. The play of shaded areas with deep and shallow means an ever changing hue.