Use the 6"
single sided tape. Thoroughly clean the liner area using
and an abrasive pad. Wipe clean with a paper towel. Remove
the paper backing and apply the tape being careful to provide
a smooth cover. Roll to provide pressure to all areas of
the tape. Apply Lap
Sealant to the tape edges for the final step and allow
to dry for several hours before contact with water. How
to find a leak in your pond
Joining Two Liners
Thoroughly clean the liner splice areas with QuickPrime
and an abrasive pad. Wipe clean with a paper towel. Apply
double sided tape to the top edge of one liner and lay
the bottom edge of the second liner directly on top. Apply
the 6" single sided tape over the exposed edge of the
splice with three inches on each side. Roll to provide pressure
to all areas of the tape. Apply lap sealant to both edges
of the 6"
tape for the final step and allow to dry for several
hours before contact with water.
IMPORTANT: For a proper tape adhesion, the liner must be clean
and dry. Also firm pressure is required.
If you don't have a roller, you can use a section of
1-1/2" or 2" PVC pipe to apply pressure.
If necessary Naptha can be used in place of the QuickPrime.
Although both Firestone and The Water Garden recommend