Ugly cracked pea gravel pool deck

Any inexpensive ideas to redo this hateful pool deck without breaking it up and disposing of it, but minimizing cost.
  10 answers
  • Grady Grady on Feb 24, 2015
    Try Epoxy or Glue or something like that.
  • Hope Williams Hope Williams on Feb 25, 2015
    There is a concrete crack repair the you just pour in at lowes.
  • 169756 169756 on Feb 25, 2015
    Be very thankful it's only the pool deck. Our whole front sidewalk is breaking up! We will be addressing that soon. ;(
  • Jenny Foersterling Jenny Foersterling on Feb 25, 2015
    you can fill the cracks and then have a spray coat pool decking like "Kool cote" put over it. I am building a pool and have the same ugly decking. We are pouring some new concrete decking and then spray coating the old and new decks to be pretty and seamless
  • Patti Zgabay Patti Zgabay on Feb 25, 2015
    I have same issue but on my front porch and back patio. After 2 years of research I've found the only solution is to jackhammer it out and start over. There is no covering that will withstand foot traffic without peeling off due to uneven texture. You could cover it with patio stones permanently affixed but that will leave a tripping hazard due to edge. If you come up with something I'd love to hear it.
  • Deborah Beltz Deborah Beltz on Feb 25, 2015
    Fill the cracks with concrete and add pea gravel to blend un
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  • Michelle Michelle on Feb 26, 2015
    You could always make a feature out of it and fill it in with with something else, maybe something bright and glittery or glow in the dark filler? Not sure if there is such a thing but you can get glow in the dark paint...
  • CC CC on Feb 27, 2015
    Indoor/ outdoor area rugs. Then just put your patio table and chairs on it and you have a cozy seating area.
  • Vns1669983 Vns1669983 on May 12, 2015
    how to inlay gravel
  • Kevin Richards Kevin Richards on Apr 19, 2016
    I am planning to seal the crack with Sikaflex(a self leveling bonding caulk available at lowes) and spread pea gravel over it before it sets. This is working well with joints where I'm using sand. Blends in well and is very durable.