Ponds and Water Gardening forum: has anyone ever joined two pieces of liner together to make a larger piece?

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Missouri (Zone 6a)
Aug 1, 2015 11:43 AM CST
Just wondering what products are best and any tips for doing this would be appreciated. I have a liner I repaired some holes in, then realized it is too small. Wondering now if I can seam it to another liner I have? The liner was only used for less than a year before we moved and it was a pricy product so I really want to save it. It is rubber.
Missouri (Zone 6a)
Aug 1, 2015 1:57 PM CST

Found this seam kit on E-bay
has anyone used anything like this before?
Name: Nicole Martin
Shelton, CT
I have a great experience in Pond L
Oct 1, 2015 6:28 AM CST
Pond Pro 2000 is a one coat application and never the need for a primer. PondPro unlike other pond sealants is 100% epdm rubber in liquid form and is guaranteed not to crack, peel or flake. It actually waterproofs immediately upon application! No other pond sealer can stake that claim. Identical to your existing epdm pond liners; it is safe for your fish and plant life.
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