I assume you have a leak - yes you can use a standard repair patch on it usually a vinyl pool comes with a repair kit but just go to your local pool supply place and pick up a vinyl repair kit. MP macintalkpro@Yahoo.com
Personally I like to use pool repair kits with solvent glue and a small roll of vinyl. I find they hold the best under pressure and the abuse a towable gets! Let it dry fully before re-inflating, don't rush it or it will not seal completely. Happy riding!
If you mean the glue that hold the vinyl to the floor there is an alternative ask your local vinyl supplier about vinyl designed to be "loose layed".
Easy to manufacture and a cylinder or sphere hold pressure much better that a cube.
Yes you can,but only if it is used with a gravity feed system because clear vinyl tubing cannot hold much more than a few psi fuel pressure. Also,it may start to yellow and harden with todays fuels.
There are a few kinds of sheet vinyl. Most glues will come off most vinyl if you can get hold of an edge and simply peel it off.
Yes if you have the knowledge the parts and the tools. I suggest you go online and search for "Air gun repair" and locate a shop near you to have it repaired.
If the pressure cap on the surge tank is left loose, defective or will not hold pressure.
depends on how chunky it is. chunky soil will stick to itself and make it easy to hold.
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Not at all. Vinyl blinds are not very durable at all and wood blinds hold up much better, especially if you have kids.
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very easy its commonly found in urine
why would you unless it's a repair? if you must then....hang your first piece,get it level or however it's to be terminated.now hold the bottom of that piece up and ask yourself what am I doing siding goes from the bottom up.
It is flexible, strong, ceap, recylable and easy to get hold of. It is flexible, strong, ceap, recylable and easy to get hold of.
One type of glue that can be used when working with vinyl fabric is wood glue. Normal fabric glues are not necessarily strong enough to hold vinyl together, so wood glue is a better alternative.
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Walgreens sells a vinyl repair product called POWER POXY that works well when used as directed. Depending on what glues you may have already tried, it may be difficult to remove them to provide a clean repair surface.
Yes, it does.
Yes, there are two types of repair kits - ones that work under water and ones that need to be dry. Check your local pool place for both. I am wagering that you mean the inflatable ring around the top. You need a standard vinyl repair kit. Rough up the patch using a fine grit sand paper and rough up the area to be patched. Use glue - hold in place until dry. The repair kit should have instructions.
You mean a cover like to close the pool over top of the water or a liner to hold the water. To cover over the water, some companies make vinyl covers, they tend to be more expensive and heavier then woven ones though. As far as a liner, some manufacturers choose not to make Vinyl Liners for concrete pools for different reasons. You'll have to check with a dealer in your area to find a supplier that does, or pursue other repair options.
no they are not hard to hold they are very easy if you talk to them gently
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If the rip is not tool arge you can use an undewater patch for vinyl liner with vinyl adhesive - it works underwater - you apply the adheive generopusly all ovetr the patch cut to bigger than the rip size, fold in half with adhesive on the inside, go into water to rip and unfold, smooth out bubbles and apply pressure to hold especially at the edges