How do you secure a pond liner?

Asked by Daniel Varner on September 18, 2021

Categories: Pets Fish and aquariums

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The simplest method for securing your pond liner is an anchor trench. This runs around the outside of your pond, approximately 500mm from the edge, and should be dug toabout 300mm deep by 300mm wide. The liner should lap into the trench, be covered by a layer of matting, then the soil replaced over the liner.

How do I fix the tape on my pond liner? Pond Liner Repair Tape

  1. Cut the QuickSeam Form Flash down to create a patch the size required to ensure the hole is well covered.
  2. Clean the area to be repaired, removing all dirt, grime and algae.
  3. Add a small amount of the QuickPrime Plus onto the QuickScrubber Pad.
  4. The QuickPrime Plus should be allowed togo off until it is touch dry.

How long does pond liner last? 20 years

How do you secure rocks in a pond? Although foam is an added expense we suggest using foam between and behind most boulders, rocks and even gravel to keep the rocks in place and prevent them from slipping. Pond foam should be used to secure the rock to the liner, other rocks and to fill any voids behind therocks.