NEWS6th April 2020
What type of paint should be used to repaint the Baptism Pool at Borras Park Evangelical Church, Wrexham, North Wales?
Our client was asked to repaint a Baptism Pool in the Borras Park Evangelical Church, Wrexham, North Wales. The existing paint was generally in good condition without chips or flakes and the pool had been emptied and left dry after occasional use. It was considered however, as looking a "little bit tired" and therefore in need of some restorative care.
Following cleansing of the Baptism Pool, our Technical Team advised using our WB148 Water-based Acrylic Pool Paint applying two coats and allowing 7 days drying time before using again. The photos show application during the refurbishment along with the finished pool.
We manufacture our own range of Chlorinated Rubber Swimming Pool Paint and Acrylic Swimming Pool Paint. We have White Acrylic Pool paint available "off the shelf" and a range of water based pool paints and chlorinated rubber based coatings for both under and above water. Our Chlorinated Rubber Paint may be used for hydrotherapy pools and spas including canine and equine therapy pools. These animal pools should be regularly cleaned by pressure washing.
Non-slip & anti-slip pool paint and high performance multi-surface paints available. A variety of coatings to be used in pools and on pool surrounds, in pool enclosures and on pool ceilings. Smooth, gloss and non-slip paints to treat concrete and metal surfaces along with pools, changing and shower areas. Paint for paddling pools, ornamental ponds, Baptism & Blessing pools and water features. We have a fine, non-slip finish for aluminium pool copings.