Mrs. Polo and I are moving to a new house. One of the features of the new house is a fish pond out front. But unfortunately, the liner had a leak. When we drained the pond (with the fish and as much water as possible temporarily stored in 32-gallon trash cans) we found the previous liner was thin, cheap-looking, and brittle from age.
So, we bought a new liner (15x20 flexible) and installed it overtop of the first one. I had heard that we wanted to minimize air bubbles and wrinkles in the liner, for some unknown reason. I did my best, and I don’t think we had any bubbles between the liners, but I don’t see how it’s possible to completely avoid wrinkles around the edges of the liner.
Any idea why this should be avoided? And is there a trick to installation that I might have missed?