Re: NANFA-- RE:pond liners

R. W. Wolff (
Fri, 23 Mar 2001 22:56:34 -0600

I never had any problems with my liners or roofing rubber. The important
thing was to lay out the material on the lawn and scrub it with a push broom
and hose to get off anything on the rubber. Usually what gets the fish sick
is agents used to keep the rubber from sticking to itself. Of course, a
used flat roof would be clean of that stuff, but needed to be flipped and
scrubbed, since who knows what built up on that from being near outlets to
chimenies and such.

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