No. They make a marine painting, specially made for the swimming pool application. Sherwin Williams is one such company that sells this type of paint. It even comes in a "marine blue" color. You can find this paint at any local Do-it Best Hardware store.
No. Not any kind or type of paint. You might think it looks initially. But after a year or so you usually start to see the paint coming up. That's even with properly prepping the pool before you start. O' and if you decide that you might want to marcite the pool at a later date. If you can't pressure wash the paint off you'll have to sandblast the pool to remove all the paint. I have been in the pool business for 22 years and would not recommend it.
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