The plaster would not adhere to the liner.
By Gunite I assume that you were told you have a gunite pool, The gunite part is the foundation of the pool and does not require watering. The surface which is plaster over the top of the gunite needs water. If you just had your pool replastered in the last couple of days it is critical to fill it with water so the plaster can dry. If your plaster is older and been under water before a few days is not going to hurt. Although you do want to get it full of water as soon as possible. Kenny Kummer Brody Chemical
If it was working ok before you lined it and you have no problems removing the liner you should have no problems.
It's a standard concrete mix that only becomes 'Gunite' when blasted from a hose that controls the amount of water.
No, because gunite will not dry if it is constantly being mixed with water. Drain your pool first.
Your engine may have a leaking hose connection or a leaking gasket at the water outlet. It could also be a leaking hose.
you could buy a new one ? or call a mechanic ?
If it's leaking from the back of the water pump then most likely you should go ahead and replace it because its leaking from the weep hole which tells you basicly that your water pump is about to stop working its a way to warn you before your motor locks up
Typically, if your car is leaking water it has to do with the air conditioning system. This simply usually means the condensation is leaking from the AC.
yes, leaking coolant is what happens before the pump totally dies, then you have overheating and possible engine damage soon after the leaking.
I am waiting for the answer.
Gunite is a mixture of water, cement, and sand applied through a pressure hose to produce a dense layer of concrete. This is used most often to line tunnels and repair structures.
They are correct. It will not be a problem. Gunite is not designed to seal out water. That's what the plaster or pebble coat is for. Not a problem as long as there is not too much - if it is you will have a 'floating liner' problem later. If you are at all concerned I would recommend installing a french drain - you can do it yourself if the pool has not been constructed yet. The Windsor-Browns