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    Thread: 60 mil liner worth the cost? And where to buy online?

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      jcardona1 is online now Member
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      60 mil liner worth the cost? And where to buy online?

      Hey folks - starting to do my shopping for pond liner. I'll need a piece that's roughly 25x30. Based on a few placed I checked online looks like this will cost me around $700 shipped, about $0.94/sqft which seems a bit pricey to be honest.

      What is everybody's thoughts on 60 mil liner? Is it worth the extra cost from 45 mil thickness? I've found the Anjon LifeGuard 60 mil which will be in the neighborhood of $975 shipped.

      Any good online sources for ordering? Webb's has the 25x30 Carlisle liner for $459 but shipping is an extra $250.

      Thanks!

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      Check out BTL Liners in Oregon. I'm using 30 mil on top of old billboard material as underlayment and it's been absolutely bulletproof. You can order any size you want, they're fast, and you won't have to ship cross country. https://www.btlliners.com/

      I have no affiliation with them, just a fan.

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      If you're OK with 20x25, $429.99 and shipping is free
      https://www.drsfostersmith.com/produ...2&pcatid=36002

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      i think 45 mil is just fine,mine has been down for 20 yrs.a under layment is a must

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