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Fixing a Tear in an Above Ground Pool?

I have an above ground pool that is almost 1 year old. The pool has been empty for about 3 weeks, my husband was cleaning it and had a bucket which he dropped and it made a tear in the bottom of the liner approximately 5 inches long. Can we use a patch repair kit or will the liner have to be replaced? I have also read about shrinking and am worried about getting it filled and then having more problems. Thanks!

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MIsty from Gulfport, MS

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May 7, 20070 found this helpful
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When we had our pool, I repaired some big tears with a patch kit. Just be liberal in using the goopy glue. After they dried, I even put an extra coat on top of the entire patch to make sure it was sealed and would hold. We never had any problems, as long as the hole wasn't on a seam.

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August 27, 20210 found this helpful

I have a cut rite on the seam what can i do its about 2 inches long?

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August 28, 20210 found this helpful

I would ask this question to our active members, rather than on an old post (2007). That way you will get current answers and advice.

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May 4, 20070 found this helpful

Try patching first, ours has been patched for 3 years now and holding fine, you can always replace liner if needed later, but try the patch first. Replacing liner is a big expense.

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By Biffy (Guest Post)
May 16, 20070 found this helpful

We have an above ground pool with a a few tears in it; from a neighbours dog jumping up on the side. I bought some marine goop and used the patches from the pool kit and it works excellent. I really gooped up the underside of the patch and pool and then once I layed the patch down I gooped over it as well. The marine goop works great because it's for water and it's very flexable.

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