A revolutionary new product to bring life back to your poolside surface
The manufacturer of Luxapool, Australia’s leading brand of domestic pool paints, has recently announced the release of Luxapool Poolside & Paving, a new concept in poolside decoration and maintenance for hard poolside surfaces.
Following a fresh lick of paint to the interior of a pool, the outside pool’s surrounds can look rather aged and worn, no matter if the surface is pebblecrete, stone or concrete.
Existing treatment options have been limited: either high-build patterned concrete or low-build paving paints. However, both options fall short of ideal. Patterned concrete can only be applied by professionals while paving paint can often fall short of the freshened look required to match the stunning new interior.
Luxapool Poolside & Paving now offers an environmentally friendly solution a coating system that can be easily applied by the homeowner or contractor. This innovative concept provides a range of safe surface textures in a durable water-based technology and is available in a range of 15 stylish colours.
The technology is based on membrane products that have a record of more than 30 years performing under the harsh Australian sun. This new release, however, consists of a specific primer and base-coat system, with optional clear gaze for enhanced durability, stain resistance and low maintenance.
The system approach is fundamental to achieving a long-life surface, which is safe for use even under wet poolside conditions. The durable, rubberised non-slip surface will tolerate normal movement in the concrete substrate and all at a cost of less than $30/m²(DIY basis).
Change your pebblecrete surface in both colour and texture, with a colour choice to complement either the pool colour, home decor or both. The colour range for Luxapool Poolside & Paving is extensive, with a colour to suit anyone and everyone.
Luxapool Poolside & Paving is manufactured by Colormaker Industries and only available through approved stockists.
Source: Poolside Magazine issue #34