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Hello ambitious guys and gals, who are interested in learning how to do it yourself, now possibly you can.
I’m explaining or trying to help you better understand the basic ideas of how to how to match or repair old concrete pools, ponds, and even fountains as in this video.
I usually explain in detail or simply layman’s words about tools and their use, plus explain and show a variety of useful plastering tips.
The cementitious radius cap you see in video that has popped off was called and caused by the natural occurrence of Spalling, it naturally occurs when a concrete wall or any cementitious substrates what gets a crack in it, often this is just the beginning of a bit of trouble.
If you live in an area that freezes the trapped water when temperatures get below freezing will do as nature intended free.
When freezing occurs water expands hence the expansion, ice.
To view more images of spalling click on the link below,
How many of you folks have left a glass bottle of anything in your freezer than checked on it and had to clean out the broken glass bottle?
Am I the only one who forgets about a bottle of beer I was just trying to chill?
Chances are most of you folks will never need this information, however with a small bit of attention you can and will save cash, create a sense of euphoria and sleep well knowing, no problemo, I did this repair myself.
Save cash, great workout, sense of accomplishment, what more in life does a righteous person desire?
Quikrete also makes spalling products, this is a fix trying to achieve many things such as defying gravity, adding rocks and creating an aged look, mighty tricky.
Teaching the world how to plaster one video at a time.
Can most of you repair a bowl such as this? Probably not, me neither, at least not to perfection, as I explained what they wished could not be done, but the cost of a new bowl, 30k VS the few hundred to for a so-called temporary fix that just may last forever, was an easy choice for them.
A Man’s Got To Know His Limitations, I know mine, that line is from the late great (Clint Eastwood)
Lastly there are epoxies and many other materials that can be used also, but little guarantees they will last forever.
BTW, the below link are some images of infinite pools, at least our had ducks in it.
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