Before you achieve the pool deck coating of your choice, you must undergo intense planning. It is no joke to maintain the deck’s look, especially if it comes out exactly as you love it to be. After that, upkeeping is an essential part. 

Seamless, polished pool decks are beautiful. They possess a quality that lasts only because of a well-done installation. Whatever type of material and coating preference the pools have, regular caring can save you from all hassle. Pool coatings remain intact too. 

If conservation of time and effort is a serious business for you, some coatings will seek much attention. Then, others only finish cleaning in a breeze.

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Common Types of Coatings

Knowing first what types of coating you use for your pools’ deck allows you to understand how to maintain them. Also, you’ll know what area in your indoor and outdoor spaces will best match a particular type of coating.

Acrylic Cement Coatings

The acrylic-based coating can be with pure water or other solvent solution. This type of coating fits on any concrete surfaces. It serves as a sealer to both indoor and outdoor floors. Maintaining an acrylic sealed surface will depend on where it is installed. Since this is liquid-based, the seal can last a year and may need resealing.

Spray Coatings

Spray finished pool deck coating is a great option for cooling surfaces. This is used for overlay and stamps on a concrete patio to prolong its lifespan.


The most common and conventional material for pool deck topcoats is painted. There are oil-based paints. They may require resealing from time to time. This is ideal for swimming pools, which are used occasionally. Or if you only want to seal the deck with protective paint when it needs to be used.

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Acrylic Coating
Spray Coating
Paint Coating

Maintenance Guide

The surface of the pool may gather some stains and marks after some time. Other sealers, which are based on traditional paints, can fade quickly. Some problems can also be peeling or cracking. You could avoid this or create a cleaning routine. 


1. Maintaining Painted decks.

You might need to buy a new set of paint coats if these are the material found on your pool deck. A regular brush and mixer are the tools you need to be ready for. 

For painted decks, first, check if areas are peeling off. Once the paint starts to rip, it can grow. One of the best tips to preserve materials prone to peeling is frequent resealing. 

The leading cause of peeling is exposure to changing weathering. If you need to maintain a pool deck, you can use shade to protect the area from excessive sun rays.

2. Maintaining spray-finished cold deck

Spray finish makes a surface extra durable and repellant. This is an ideal sealer for outdoor decks that are regularly exposed to heat and water. 

It is low maintenance. You only need a water and pH neutral cleanser. PH neutral is ideal for the poolside to be safe from reacting from the chlorine in the pool.

3. Maintaining Acrylic coated decks

Acrylic-based courts also are one of the durable materials for pool decks. It is highly resistant to heavy foot traffic and even from harmful UV rays. Conserving the quality of acrylic sealed surfaces is easy and low-cost. 


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