Thanks I did a few hours ago. Seems like the liner is floating. Something tells me I'm in for a fight...You may want to stop filling it in case they need to jump in there to move the liner around. Once you get so much water in there, it will be near impossible to get the liner to move due to the weight of the water.
That's probably a good thing. It implies that once the water stretches the liner against the walls, your wrinkles should go away.I waded into the deep end tonight and felt around the perimeter with my feet. Huge gap between the liner and the pool walls where the floor meets the wall.
I had the same thought. I'm just fearful of how involved the process will become to remove what I'm worried is water from between the liner and the walls. Thanks for the positive vibes!That's probably a good thing. It implies that once the water stretches the liner against the walls, your wrinkles should go away.
Two vacuums in fact.Is there no vacuum on this pool while the liner was fitted? The liner should fit like a glove then water added. What do the stairs look like amd rest of pool