Pool and deck resurface

We're resurfacing and re-tiling our pool, spa and deck. It's the biggest home improvement project I've ever (had) done. BUT...I'm not doing the pool. :)
I thought about doing the pool and decided to hire a company that only renovates pools because they have a great reputation and they came in with a reasonable bid.
My project is the deck. I've already repaired the cracks using Quikrete cement with a bonding adhesive and a acrylic hardener. The stuff is unbelievably hard.
My wife picked out "Rustoleum Deck and Concrete Restore." But, after looking at some video reviews on the internet, I'm not sure I want to use it.
Rustoleum Deck and Concrete Restore seems to work well on wood but, only so-so on cement. And, what's odd is, the Rustoleum web site doesn't have instructional videos for cement; only for wood. In fact, I haven't been able to find a instructional video for cement.
So, here's the deck that was previously resurfaced by "Sundek" some time in the '90s. It didn't hold up that well IMO:
Pool and deck:
https://scontent-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/1441478_406193682842506_1686490284_n.jpg
Closer up on deck:
https://scontent-b-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/1463022_406193816175826_1017833879_n.jpg
I tried to get a repair kit from Sundek but apparently they don't give a crap about repairs, only selling new decks. It looks like something similar to "Rustoleum Deck and Concrete Restore" but it does hold up to a pressure wash.
We are able to pressure wash the deck now and the majority of the deck tolerates the pressure well. The only problem is where the deck has failed due to cracks. The problem I have now is, what do I use to resurface the deck, and crack repairs, that won't wash off when I pressure wash it?
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