24'x52" round AGP, j-hook liner, sandy bottom with liner pad.
Last night we finally got the liner installed, though it was cloudy and only in the upper 60's. Today sunny and lower 80's and the liner really softened up. I have the shop vac running and the walls look great, but the floor still has bunching/ wrinkles, especially where the floor meets the walls. We used foam cove instead of sand, which makes for a lower cove than if sand were used. I got many of the wrinkles out across the center, but the ones around the edges are bugging me. The seam looks even all the way around, but I guess it would with a j-hook liner. The sandy bottom is a bit bumpy but it was like that under the old pool so I'm not concerned about it in that regard.
Should I be concerned about these wrinkles? Will they smooth out as the water pushes the liner into the cove? I just don't want them to be an issue when I am vacuuming the bottom.
Any thoughts? Really anxious to turn the hose on!