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    Vinyl Liner Patch Kit

    Item # L9820
    $19.99

      Ideal for underwater repairs, our "Wet or Dry" Vinyl Liner Repair Kit contains a 4-oz can of vinyl glue adhesive, applicator dauber and two 23” x 6” clear vinyl patches and two 23” x 5” blue vinyl patches. This fast drying vinyl patch kit can also be used to repair vinyl floats, rafts and winter water tubes. 

       

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      Technical Specifications:

    • Kit contains two 23” x 6” clear patches.
    • Kit contains two 23” x 5” blue patches.
    • Kit also contains 4 ounces of vinyl adhesive that will work under water.


    • Can this be used underwater?
      – Yes, it is ideal for underwater repairs. Just clean the area to be patched, and apply a liberal amount of glue to a rounded patch. Fold the patch in half, and wearing a mask and holding your breath if necessary, take the patch underwater, and in one motion, quickly open the folded patch and apply over the hole. 
       
      What comes with this kit?
      – This kit contains 4 ounces of adhesive, applicator and 500 square inches of clear vinyl patch.

      Can this be used to repair other vinyl items?
      – Yes, this kit can also be use for vinyl floats, rafts and tubes.


      How to find a hole or puncture in a liner:
      - Determine if something is puncturing the pool liner. Look for small bits of debris stuck into a hole in the liner or around a faceplate.
      Dye Testing 
      - Slowly drop food coloring around the pool's ladder or stair strip, skimmer faceplate, and return faceplate.If there is a hole around these areas, you will see the food coloring being sucked into the hole. If the hole isn't near the stair strip, ladder, lights, or skimmer or return faceplates, you will need to find the hole elsewhere in the liner.