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Here what happened the low area there is an improper compaction of the soil when the pool was originally put in allowing it to settle and would you know it crack right were deep end start to slope down. I am using my depth gage right here in order to stop the drill because I do not want to go down to deep. That will stop my drill giving me about half inches depth. So I will cheap this all out and then will proceed with the filing material.
I am going to use a wire brash just too brash away the residual that is down in the gravest. In some areas, actually, it is a little deeper than one half inch because of just a way the crack was form, but I will show you what we will do with that. We are going to put in a product called volcom 171. This is our very, liquid primer that is going to act as welding agent for the cocking compound that we are going to use to seal the crack. Now in order to give that one half inch fill, I am going to use a back and rob.
This is volcom ceiling here. Now this is a one-part pulley thing, and this will give you that water stopping. Now for the 171 primer, this material will take about a half an hour to dry. Very easily to apply, it is a matter just brushing it in to the gravest.
Now we are going to take pulley at lean foam and put it in to the areas where it is deeper than one half inch. I am going to use a paint can, nor here to stop it in to the gravest. Now we are ready for the volcom ceiling 116C. That is a waterproof pulley thing. So that will put it in gravest.
Now I am going to use a pulley knife just to level out the bid that way giving a nice flat finish. Well there you have it all finish. Did not I tell you could do it yourself? The volcom just can be over about 24 hours, but you cannot put in any water in because you have to allow the cure to 3 to 5 days that way it will cure this to a rubber like substance.