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    Wall foam

    I'm in the process of putting in a new liner for our AG pool. I have wall foam which is in sections. What is the best way to join the sections? Is there a specific tape designed expressly for this? Further, is it recommended I buy a can of wall foam adhesive? As the sand is already coving the pool bottom, is it necessary to buy pool coving?

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    Re: Wall foam

    Gorilla tape will work or even duct tape will work. Both of those may leave a noticeable indentation in the liner. Shipping tape should work and it's thinner.

    3M spray adhesive or wall foam adhesive will work and something should definitely be used.
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    Re: Wall foam

    I believe we had one, maybe two seams in ours and used duct tape. I wouldn't know it was even there now without going around the pool looking and feeling for it.
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    Re: Wall foam

    Thanks for your answers. I do appreciate that! I think the thinner the tape the better, if for no other reason than aesthetics, appearance. I'll let you know what I choose, and the end result.

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