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Standard Plain Blue Overlap Above Ground Pool Liners 48"/ 52" Pools

Standard Plain Blue Overlap Above Ground Pool Liners are designed to fit both 48" and 52" above ground pools.

The overlap liner is fixed into place by overlapping the liner over the top of the pool wall and then securing it in place using coping strips or clips.
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Liner 13 thou thick on floor and 17 thou on walls.

The installation process typically involves the following steps:

  1. Remove the old liner, if necessary: If you are replacing an existing liner, you will need to remove it before installing the new liner. Make sure to clean the pool wall thoroughly before proceeding.

  2. Measure the pool dimensions: Measure the diameter of your pool to ensure that you select the right size liner for your pool.

  3. Prepare the liner: Unfold the liner and lay it out flat in the sun for a few hours to help it relax and reduce wrinkles. Make sure that the liner is clean and dry before proceeding.

  4. Position the liner: Place the liner in the pool, ensuring that it is centered and draped over the pool wall. Make sure that the liner is evenly distributed and does not have any wrinkles or creases.

  5. Secure the liner: Use coping strips or clips to secure the liner to the pool wall. Start at the top of the pool and work your way down, making sure that the liner is taut and secure as you go.

  6. Fill the pool: Once the liner is in place, you can start filling the pool with water. As the water level rises, the liner will stretch and conform to the pool shape, creating a smooth and wrinkle-free surface.

Overall, overlap liner fixing for an above ground pool is a straightforward process that can be completed in a few hours. It is important to take your time and ensure that the liner is properly secured to the pool wall to prevent any leaks or damage.

Liner 13 thou thick on floor and 17 thou on walls.

The installation process typically involves the following steps:

  1. Remove the old liner, if necessary: If you are replacing an existing liner, you will need to remove it before installing the new liner. Make sure to clean the pool wall thoroughly before proceeding.

  2. Measure the pool dimensions: Measure the diameter of your pool to ensure that you select the right size liner for your pool.

  3. Prepare the liner: Unfold the liner and lay it out flat in the sun for a few hours to help it relax and reduce wrinkles. Make sure that the liner is clean and dry before proceeding.

  4. Position the liner: Place the liner in the pool, ensuring that it is centered and draped over the pool wall. Make sure that the liner is evenly distributed and does not have any wrinkles or creases.

  5. Secure the liner: Use coping strips or clips to secure the liner to the pool wall. Start at the top of the pool and work your way down, making sure that the liner is taut and secure as you go.

  6. Fill the pool: Once the liner is in place, you can start filling the pool with water. As the water level rises, the liner will stretch and conform to the pool shape, creating a smooth and wrinkle-free surface.

Overall, overlap liner fixing for an above ground pool is a straightforward process that can be completed in a few hours. It is important to take your time and ensure that the liner is properly secured to the pool wall to prevent any leaks or damage.

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2023 All Swim Catalogue
A.J & J.L Veysey | Company registration no: 1061642 | VAT no: GB133 4078 90
All Swim Ltd, Units 3-5 Link Trade Park, Penarth Road, Cardiff CF11 8TQ