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Pool Coating Failure Reason #1
Substrate is too smooth and cannot attain the initial mechanical bond needed to create the chemical bond.

Pool Coating Failure Reason #2
Substrate has a silicone, rubber, paint or acrylic surface

Pool Coating Failure Reason #3
Surface is too cold or too hot to adhere properly

Pool Coating Failure Reason #4
Surface is blushing or filming prior to application

Pool Coating Failure Reason #5
Material is opposite comparison

Pool Coating Failure Reason #6
Moisture has penetrated during curing process

Pool Coating Failure Reason #7
Substrate penetrated by air, water or minerals (A.K.A. Hydration)

Pool Coating Failure Reason #8
Material Cured during application process (too fast)

Pool Coating Failure Reason #9
Moisture during application (rain, water in buckets, or heavy dew at application)

Pool Coating Failure Reason #10
Material was diluted with a solvent (this cost cutting measure destroys pool coatings)

MATERIAL MUST DRY FOR 48 HOURS BEFORE FILLING POOL