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    Thread: Liner Recommendation

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      Keith N is offline Senior Member
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      Liner Recommendation

      Where is the best place to get my new liner from? My existing liner of 14 yrs is leaking and I need to replace it.

      Thanks,
      Keith

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      pondlinersusa.com I used their RPE 30 mil liner, cheaper and stronger than the usual rubber liner. I was worried about ease of use because it is stiffer and my 3000 gallon pond is free form. But it was easy to install and turned out looking great!!

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      When I was searching for liners webbsonine.com had the best price by a few bucks.
      pondliner.com came a close second, but I would check them both to see what is the best price for you. I have dealt with both companies and had no issues.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Dannielle B. View Post
      pondlinersusa.com I used their RPE 30 mil liner, cheaper and stronger than the usual rubber liner. I was worried about ease of use because it is stiffer and my 3000 gallon pond is free form. But it was easy to install and turned out looking great!!
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      I thought that Firestone EPDM 45 mil liners were highly recommended?

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      Try, pondlinerusa.com

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      Firestone EPDM 45 mil liners are probably the most popular liner used (would be my guess)

      Remember when your finding the best price, keep in mind the shipping, and if it will be taxed. It adds up quick!

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      I went with an Anjon 45mil. I don't remember where I specifically ordered from, but it would have been eBay/Amazon/Walmart.com. Essentially just watching prices over a few weeks until I found the best deal. Shipping is killer on these things so buying from Walmart or Amazon helps if you find a deal with free shipping. Anjon is carried by many retailers so better odds of getting one with free shipping.
      ~ Jose

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