That's a lot easier to do BEFORE you put the water in the pool. If you've already put water in the pool, it will be difficult to do without tearing the liner. Water is a little over 8 pounds per gallon, so it really presses down on the liner.
Sand is normally put under the pool liner to create a smoother surface.
You don't! Water must be emptied, liner reset in place and pool refilled
A hole in the liner is more likely to suck dirt out then let it in.
The Titanic was a luxury liner.The liner to my pool has split and it is now leaking water.
They will last forever as long as they are put on properly.
you must put alot of muriatic acid to burn off the liner
Not financially sound. It would be better to keep the dogs out.
you put a couple of inches below the liner of your above ground pool A: Taken literally, why would you want to put sand IN your pool?
Chemicals, especially chlorine, should not be allowed to sit on a pool's liner for any period of time. This will cause bleaching and could damage your liner.