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  1. #1
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    Default Seal cement fountain cracks?

    We bought a house with a small cement fountain in the back landscaping. The pool wall and floor have some hairline cracks, but a pool contractor told us we could seal it ourselves with some commercial grade sealer. Anybody ever try this? Any recommendations?

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Seal cement fountain cracks?

    Google "caulking for ponds" and you'll find many products promising to seal cracks in ponds and fountains.

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    Default Re: Seal cement fountain cracks?

    Apparently you can seal it by yourselves there are commercial grade sealer available that can be search with quality and some step by step videos on how to properly worked for it.

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    Default Re: Seal cement fountain cracks?

    Due to unique technical breakthroughs in polymer chemistry, a complete pond or fountain waterproofing, crack and freeze damage repair system is both available and affordable for the home owner or commercial fountain or pond owner!There are a number of sealers available in the market for the sealing of your backyard pool as they are safe for the plants and fish, if you have any in the pond.They are permanently bonding, permanently flexible and can never bubble, chip, peel, crack, or leak for the life of the structure.

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