Asked by: Ignasi Shandasked in category: General Last Updated: 27th May, 2020
How do you fix a wrinkled pool liner?
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Also, what is the best gauge for pool liners?
If you have an above-ground or in-ground swimming pool that sees heavy use it's often better to go with a thicker vinyl pool liner. Both 20 gauge and 25 gauge vinyl pool liners are typically made with double-weld seams to enhance durability.
Subsequently, question is, is it bad to have wrinkles in pool liner? The most common reason is heavy rainfall or otherwise excessive water in the soil around the pool. Incorrect water chemistry can cause it too. Low pH can cause the liner to absorb water, which stretches it and leads to wrinkles. (Poor water chemistry causes plenty of other issues as well.
Correspondingly, why does my pool liner keep falling?
One of the most common causes for concern for vinyl pool owners is noticing that the liner is coming out of the track. The other reason why a pool liner would slip out of the coping track is because the coping is starting to stretch (open) such that the bead on the liner is no loner able to grab as well as it once did.
What color pool liner is best?
The safest and most popular color for liners is blue. A deep blue water color is what people associate most with swimming pools.