Pond Liner repair


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Old 05-07-20, 11:39 AM
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Pond Liner repair

I have a water feature (about 75 sq ft and 2 ft deep) with a liner that has a leak. Specifically, chipmunks burrowed underneath and caused several holes. Got rid of the chipmunks, but now I need to stop the leaks. I have tried Flex seal patches and liquid, but have discovered that it will not adhere to the type of liner I have. Replacing the existing liner will be difficult. Is there some other material that I can apply such as roofing patch (tar) cold that will both adhere and work? Any other suggestions?
 
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Old 05-07-20, 02:26 PM
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Get a liner patch kit. Most kits come with some material to put over the hole and glue. Of course now that you've gooped other stuff on it will be more difficult to fix so you might need a much larger patch to get beyond your previous attempts to clean liner.
 
 

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