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Pool deck resurfacing?

We have an inground pool surrounded by some kool decking that is in decent shape, but a horrible pink color.  We want to extend the decking and resurface or paint all the concrete to match.  Can you repaint or resurface kool decking for a resonable price or does it all have to be torn up and redone?  The main component is price, so basically what can you do that is not $8 per square foot?  I know the kool decking is not quite the coolest these days but I am hoping a more neutral color will help.  Any ideas?
  • January 12 2009 - Las Vegas
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Check out stamped concrete overlay, then thank me when you have it done and love it!  All the best, Michael
  • January 14 2009
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go to poolcenter.com, they have paint specifically designed to paint pool deck surfaces including kool deck. if you look around you may be able to find a local supplier of this paint.
Good luck getting rid of the pink, allthough my 4 year old daughter would probably love it. Dan, www.SunsetHomeRepair.com
  • January 12 2009
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