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Thread: Dilemma: liner size

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    Dilemma: liner size

    When my first pool went in, it was an AGP set into a hole lined with concrete block. It was designed to provide access to the outside of the Intex pool. My circle is 17', but I can't find a liner that size. I'm looking at using an overlap, so what are the cons of the liner being too big?

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    Re: Dilemma: liner size

    The main con is you will have wrinkles and folds that will catch dirt and be difficult to vacuum. What size is the intex pool? I am assuming the intex frame will be supporting the liner.
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    Re: Dilemma: liner size

    It sounds like you're planning on removing the Intex pool and just lining the block walled area. If that's the case, how are you planning on securing the liner to the block wall?
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