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Sundek started in the pool deck coating industry over 40
years ago and continues to create the industries leading
products. Whether you are building a new pool and want a
cooler than concrete, non-slip surface or remodeling an
existing pool to freshen the image, the Sundek Classic
Texture Overlay System is a great solution. The choice of 17
Signature Colors and the option to integrate existing cracks
into a Custom Scoreline pattern offers a solution to most pool
deck needs.

Metallic salts and the slightly acid solution react with the
minerals in concrete to create a one-of- a-king canvas.
Reactive acid stains are not coatings applied to the concrete
but a permanent part of the surface that will not chip, flake,
or peel like concrete paint. The stain wears only when the
concrete wears. Reactive Acid Stains are ideal for most
basements, retail stores, restaurants, and commercial offices.
The floors can be enhanced by scoring the concrete into tiles
or other patterns and using several stain colors.

The SunEpoxy Coating System offers options for
low and high traffic areas as well as areas that may
have higher levels of moisture transmission. The
SunVapor epoxy system utilizes an epoxy vapor
primer, 100% solids vapor barrier epoxy followed by
a 100% solids clear epoxy.

The newest trend in coating systems is metallic dust suspended
within a heavy coat of 100% solids clear epoxy. The metallics range
is color from vibrant yellows and greens to more subtle mocha and
pearl colors. These can be layered and intermingled to create a
fluid, almost motion filled floor. The process starts with a darker
epoxy primer base and then a lighter metallic color combination
applied over the dark base. For a lighter floor, a white or cream
colored epoxy primer can be placed first followed by brighter
metallic colors.For more information visit our

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