Pool tiles

Old May 16th 2010, 9:01 pm
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need to put some new pool tiles in place, can anyone advise on the correct adhesive? surely its not just ordinary tile adhesive is it? and then what about the grouting, is that specialist stuff as well?
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Old May 16th 2010, 10:56 pm
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Try ypur local pool supplier they have special adhesive which cures underwater. Not sure about the grout but I'm sure the adhesive will do the same job.
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best to drain the pool to dry out the area, roughen up the old surface, mix up yr adhesive (which I forget the name of but the builders merchants will sell you a big bag for 5e or so), replace tiles (paper on outside). Leave to dry then grout with same.

Moist sponge it off, dry, fill pool. Swim!

Whilst you are doing above have a check of other loose tiles to do at the same time. Easy peasy.

Good luck
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