Model # WR1024

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Insl-X WR-1024 1 gal. Semi-Gloss Acrylic Royal Blue Waterborne Swimming Pool Paint
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WR-1024 1 gal. Semi-Gloss Acrylic Royal Blue Waterborne Swimming Pool Paint

$48.97 /each

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Enjoy your pool's beauty when using the Insl-X WR-1000 1 gal. Semi-gloss Acrylic Royal Blue Waterborne Swimming Pool Paint. The waterborne acrylic-base formula resists mold, mildew, algae and UV rays for lasting color and strength. This 1 gal. can covers up to 250 sq. ft. and withstands submersion in fresh or salt water pools.

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  • For use on interior and exterior pools, fresh or salt water concrete pools, gummite or masonry pools
  • Use over formerly applied pool paints
  • Water-based acrylic formula is designed for underwater use
  • Resists UV damage and pool chemicals for lasting color
  • Resists mold, mildew and algae for sturdiness
  • 1 coat covers up to 250 sq. ft.; 2 coats recommended
  • Semi-gloss royal blue paint coordinates with many pools
  • Dries quickly in as little as 60 minutes
  • Clean tools with soap and water
  • Self-priming on almost all properly prepared masonry pool surfaces
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT
  • Click here to use our paint calculator and estimate how much paint you need to complete your project

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Are there color chips available in store? Could you add a color chip to the Internet display? How...

Are there color chips available in store? Could you add a color chip to the Internet display? How can I see the difference between Ocean Blue and Royal Blue for this swimming pool paint?
Asked by: Palmdale
Here is a link to a website pdf that shows the colors (from Insl-X): http://media.benjaminmoore.com/WebServices/prod/Inslx/InslxPoolPaintColorCard_US_3-14-14.pdf Now I have a good idea what this Royal Blue looks like. Perfect! I've seen some Royal Blue that are almost black. This is a great looking blue that will look great with my Spanish Motif tiles, plus it will harness more of the sun's energy to heat the pool. This pool paint costs significantly more than the store with the blue coats, but the other team only offers white and a slight blue tint. I think the Royal Blue Color offered by Home Depot will more than make up the difference in price, both in design and energy savings. Would YOU rather swim in the "blue waters off Hawaii" or take a swim in bathroom toli...! That's what I'm talking about. Aloha, baby!
Answered by: Palmdale
Date published: 2017-03-12

am painting the coping around my pool; do I need to seal and/or add non-skid additive?

Asked by: rw
No, you do not need to seal or add non-skid additive.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-08-16

Cure time?

Asked by: Butcher
According to the label the cure time is 7 days.
Answered by: marko
Date published: 2016-07-13

Who makes this paint ??

Asked by: Nick
This product is made by Insl-X.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-06-01
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WR-1024 1 gal. Semi-Gloss Acrylic Royal Blue Waterborne Swimming Pool Paint is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 71.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Insl-X WR-1024 Pool Paint This paint is as good as all the reviews state it is. Goes on easy with great coverage and stain hiding abilities. We have a 15000 gallon pool and 6 gallons put a great coat on it. We used royal blue and the color absolutely pops, can't wait to get the water back in to watch it sparkle. If you're looking for the best here it is!!
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The paint is good. Time will tell, since chlorine is... The paint is good. Time will tell, since chlorine is in the pond/waterfall. I really would like a navy color for the pond to look deeper.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from GOOD LOOKING POOL Bought 4 gallons of paint and wound up putting 3 total coats of product on my pool surfaces-pressure washed and muriatic acid to prepare-it gives such a deep blue color and looks very professional-a great product and great price
Date published: 2016-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Paint We used this on an 8 foot deep 35.5' X 15' pool and we used 5 gallons. We bought an extra gallon just in case but did not need it. We used 3 rolls of blue painters tape to mask everything off. We put 2 coatings on the pool. The instructions said to water down the first coat but we forgot to do that. The pool looks wonderful, we painted it with 9" rollers and it took about 4 hours to do one coat with 2 of us painting it. The second coat took 2 hours, because the paint didn't need to soak in to all the pits in the concrete. We also painted the black stripe on the bottom of the pool where the slope starts with the same kind of paint. Make sure you prep your pool well. If you have a concrete pool. make sure and acid wash and clean the pool as best you can. Make sure you let this paint dry for 4-5 days so it cures properly. Hopefully this will last 3-5 years. Time will tell.
Date published: 2013-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly Good! My 35,000 gallon pool only took three gallons of paint to cover with two coats so don't over-buy this product. After considering all other options for renovating a 30 year old gunnite and plaster pool with many spider vein cracks in the bottom - I finally decided on Insl-X Royal Blue pool paint. After carefully filling all the cracks with epoxy putty, then pressure washing the pool (twice) with bleach solution + clear water rinse, I had my workers roll on two coats of the medium/dark blue six hours apart. As recommended, I gave it five full days of cure time in the summer sun, then refilled. WOW! I'm impressed. My pool looks great! Repaired cracks which were really ugly have now disappeared.
Date published: 2011-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Pool paint for the price This paint was easy to use, covered well and made our pool look like new again. The instructions gave us a good tip as well that proved to be quite helpful. (add 1 pint of water to first coat for better coverage) Second coat was easy and covered very good. I recomend this paint to anyone.
Date published: 2012-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product great value It has held up very well, but only had pool filled for two weeks. Prep work was extensive, First I drained and power washed entire pool, next I used an orbital sander with 80 grit paper and sanded entire pool, then power washed again. Then I waited a couple days for it to dry. I cut in with a brush and rolled the rest. I painted both coats at night so it wasn't applied in the sun. I waited 6 days with no rain before I refilled pool. I have a 35000 gal pool and only used 5 gal of the 7 gal I ordered. Covered really well. We used Royal Blue it looks very good. Price was GREAT compared to pool stores!
Date published: 2016-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as expected I have an inground pool, gunnite, 16x35, ~26K gallons. I ordered 5 gallons of this paint based on their guidelines for a pool of my size. I ended up using only 3. First painted it 10 years ago with a different brand. It was time to do it again. Drained pool, presure washed it, patched up, and painted. It was very hot day and I started early. I started with the sides then the bottom. By the time I was done with the first coat, the sides were completely dry so I started with a second coat. So 2 coats on the same day. You'll want the pool to be completely dry. So if you have any patches where water is seeping through from the surrounding ground, you'll have to chisel that out, patch it up, let that dry and then paint. Any humidity on the surface of the pool will keep the paint from sticking. As mentioned before, I first painted the pool 10 years ago. The product used then was pretty watery. This paint is a bit thicker than your regular latex paint. Not much, but thicker. The resulting coat in the pool feels a bit rubbery, which I like. I definitely recommend the product. Speedy delivery from HD too.
Date published: 2014-07-15
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