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Thread: Tear in the bottom of the pool

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    Tear in the bottom of the pool

    I have about a 2" tear in the bottom of my vinyl liner and I want to make sure the underwater kit I get to repair it is a good one.
    I would love any and all help for the this. Just a word to the wise the table and umbrella does not do well in the pool.
    Thanks in advance
    24' round@ 52" deep AG /vynil liner with a jacuzzi laser 160/ 1 hp sand filter.
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    Re: Tear in the bottom of the pool

    Boxer glue is what you want. If you have a piece of liner just cut a piece about 4" bigger than the hole and round the corners. There are instructions on the container on how to apply it.
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    Re: Tear in the bottom of the pool

    Just bought the Boxer Glue, I will be doing the repair when I get out of work. Thanks for the info.
    24' round@ 52" deep AG /vynil liner with a jacuzzi laser 160/ 1 hp sand filter.
    Taylor K-2006 Test kit

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