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Hello Savi. We thank you for your inquiry. This liner weights about 22.78 lbs. It is ultra-durable, and easy to handle. We hope this helps. Your TotalPond Water Gardening Specialist, Mary
Hello. We thank you for your inquiry! We don't recommend using it in this application as it has not been tested and is strictly designed for pond use only. In an application like that we would not guarantee that it would not leak or prevent water damage, typically there are a lot of potentials for punctures in areas like that. We hope this helps! Your TotalPond Water Gardening Specialist, Mary
If you have dug your pond you need to measure down the sides and across the bottom at the widest and longest points to determine the size of the liner you need. Also allow 2 more feet for edging. If you haven't prepared your site yet then the widest part must be less than 11 feet (sides plus bottom)) and the longest part less than 18 feet (sides plus bottom).
I would imagine that any coating will eventually lift due to being submerged. Just use a white pond liner.
No these are junk I recommend you return it
Cuts with heavy scissors or tin snips.
I had the same problem. In the winter they ate threw the liner to get at the iris tubers. I put a liner under the liner and put all the plants in baskets
Yes I found this liner to be stronger than any other that I have used