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Hello Everyone - I'm hoping someone can help. I'm looking for a durable exterior concrete coating. I have a concrete slab around my pool that is structurally sound, but very old and ugly. Before I go the route of putting pavers over it, I would like to see if I can renovate it and match the color of my pool coping. Any coating would need to be UV resistant and preferably something that I can clean with a pressure washer - slip resistant would be good too.



I've used some interior epoxy coatings that have held up well - but I know nothing about exterior coatings or paints that might work in this situation.



Anyone have any thoughts / suggestions ? I would definitely appreciate it.



I'm attaching a picture from last year - I recently pressured washed it and it cleaned up very well. Thank you !
 

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I'd just use a clear and throw some silica sand in the finish.

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