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How to remove cement from a vinyl liner?


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2008-07-12 15:32:20
2008-07-12 15:32:20

muriatic acid should work fairly well


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There are a number of ways you could remove stains from worms on a vinyl liner. You could use cleaners.

If the cement is not too old, try water and a soft scrub brush.

A 20 by 40 vinyl liner pool will cost around 1500 for the liner and 1500 for the labor. If you have a cement or vermiculite ( a type of cement) floor . If you have a sand bottom there is a extra charge for labor

As long as the vinyl liner pool is inground, it can be converted. But you'll probably have to remove all of the vinyl pool elements until you have reduced the pool to a big hole in the ground and then start from there. All it takes is time and money!

no on paint! You will need to replace the liner.

It is best to remove the vinyl tile. If it is not on cement and is on wood you can install cement backer board. Be sure to put thin set under the board. If you spend the money and time to install ceramic tile and the vinyl tile comes loose all that $ is down the drain What is the best tile cement to use and this cement tile can be installed on vinyl tile and install ceramic tile on it

Afraid not. Vinyl liner pools are built using "concrete receptor coping" into which the deck is poured. It also contains the "bead receptor" that the vinyl liner attaches to. Actually YES it can. You would want to do this during a liner replacement but it can be done. You would have to remove the concrete from around the perimeter of the pool, remove/ replace the "concrete receptor coping" with bead receiver, aluminum extrusion, form/pour a bond beam, then lay your stone. Not really an easy do it yourself job but it can be done.

High concentrations of chlorine can and will destroy a vinyl liner.

Big NO NO ! It will soften or destroy the vinyl

Yes, replace the liner. Nothing can put the color back into plastic or vinyl or glass or steel.

Yes you can. It is a contact adhesive and needs to be applied to both surfaces for best resuls.

Be more specific please- what about removing it? cost? difficulty? What type of pool is it? fiberglass? vinyl liner? concrete?

When you say a "pool liner" I am assuming you mean a vinyl liner as normally called a liner for short. If so then no, the liner cannot and should not be painted.

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Thicker is not always better. If it is a rough base (cement or sand and cement), 28 0r 30 is better. If it is poolcrete or vermiculite base, 20 is better.

Komatsu PC 75 will rip out a steel wall liner pool like tin foil * Take out the liner * Tear down the walls * Break some holes in the cement for drainage * Fill it in with clean fill

There are two parts to a vinyl liner pool: the bottom and the walls. The walls are the first 3 1/2' down from the top, all the way around the pool. There are many different types of walls including galvanized steel, aluminum, fiberglass, polymer and concrete. The bottom, everything below the first 3 1/2' down, can be made from cement, a cement/vermiculite mix, a sand/vermiculite mix, a cement/sand/vermiculite mix, or just plain sand. What is used under the pool liner depends upon the preference of the pool builder and the specifications of the homeowner or contractor.

The 28 mil liner is 29% thicker and provides increased puncture protection. Liner longevity is determined by the quality of the surface it is installed on and how well the water chemistry is maintained.

Use a flexible vinyl cement. RH Products HH 66.

By algaecide if you can get it under there

Fo Show! Pool and Spa News Magazine has an ad for a stick on border to give older liner a facelift.

You can use the same hole in the ground for both a vinyl liner pool and a gunite pool. You should not need a new hole dug.

NO! You want to use a glue specifically designed for underwater vinyl liner repair. It can be purchased at most pool supply stores.

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