Armor Shield Above Ground Pool Liner Pad
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Armor Shield Above Ground Pool Liner Pad Protects Your Liner From Damage
An above ground pool liner pad provides an important layer of protection between your pool liner and the ground below. Whether the base of your pool is sand, vermiculite or soil, a pool liner pad made of polypropylene geotextile material will prevent punctures and tears to your pool liner.
The resilient material of the Armor Shield above ground pool liner pad protects from grass, rocks, roots and even glass, with the added benefit of providing a comfortable pad for tired feet. The pool liner pad still allows moisture to pass through so no mildew can form, and it reduces convective heat loss from your pool water.
- Above ground pool liner pad protects your pool cuts, punctures and tears from rocks, grass, weeds, roots and even glass
- Fits a wide variety of pool shapes and sizes
- Fabric allows moisture to pass through, preventing mold and mildew from growing
- Decreases your chance for vinyl stains
- Easy to install
- 15 Year warranty
Rated 1 out of
Poor example product
Not what I thought it was very poor wording in catalog not what it said very unhappy
Date published: 2015-05-25
Rated 1 out of
Waste of money
Just a piece of black fabric, which wasn't cut into a circle. The center seam didn't match up, was about 2 inches off. Also, was more of an oval so there wasn't any overlap on the cove in 2 places on a Circle Pool. Needs better quality control for product. Don't under stand how this fabric is supposed to stop Nutsedge, when you can see right through it.
Date published: 2015-06-02
Rated 4 out of
Keeps the rocks out
Purchased a rectangle 12X20 size because for some inexplicable reason there was no oval size( I say this because all that you need is a scissors to cut it to fit and save $50). Used when putting in a new liner. Wish I used one originally. Only complaint: wish it was thicker.
Date published: 2015-06-04
Rated 5 out of
This is the first time we well use one, so I can not really give you a review. We well put it up this coming spring.
Date published: 2014-10-27