Model # NA633
By Blue Wave
Model # NA633
WATER BASED DS ACRYLIC POOL PAINT - PAINTS OVER RUBBER BASE OR EPOXY AND DRIES QUICKER
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DS Water Based Acrylic Swimming Pool Paint Details:
This economically priced acrylic coating is specially formulated to be applied over other types of pool paints and in damp conditions. Because our acrylic paint dries faster, it is an excellent alternative for pools that want a short down time during painting. Two coats can be applied in just one day!
This paint adheres best on cool and damp surfaces and is self-priming. Cleans up with soap and water. Lasts up to two seasons. Coverage: up to 300 sq. ft. per gal. Available in Aqua green, Black, Dark Blue, Dawn Blue, French Gray, Royal Blue, and White.
Excellent solution when short down-time is critical
This acrylic coating is formulated to offer all the advantages of water-based technology. It can be applied over most previously painted surfaces and in damp environments.
Type DS Water Based Acrylic Specifications:
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which paint is best for recoating the vinyl rim on a fiberglass pool?
Hi John, I reached out Ramuc and they stated that none of the paint that they manufacture can be used to paint over vinyl.
Do I need primer for the acrylic pool paint?
No, all of the Ramuc pool paints we carry, Type DS Acrylic, Aqualuster Acrylic and EP Hi-Build Epoxy, are self-priming.
How long does this paint have to cure before I refill it?
The cure time for the NA633 Type DS Acrylic Paint is 3 dry days for an outdoor pool and 6 days for an indoor pool. If it rains during the curing process, allow an extra day of dry time for each day of rain.