I need a piece of liner!

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    ZEROPILOT Faster than you are.

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    I bought and installed a 45 mil FIRESTONE liner for my pond.
    But I threw away the extra that I cut off. Now I need some for my waterfall.
    Does anyone have a piece...Say 20"x 20" that they can spare?
    I'm in South Florida.
     
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    sissy sissy

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    Have you checked ebay .I did not cut my liner at all .
     
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    I probably have a piece that I could ship to you in an envelope if you can't find something locally. You might also try a pond store where they will often sell it by the foot. You might end up with 2'x10', of course.
     
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    sissy sissy

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    The stream liners by the foot may be cheap also
     
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    j.w I Love my Goldies

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    Hey @ZEROPILOT they sell that rubber lining at roofing stores also. Up here they use in on roofs anyways and also in irrigation. Maybe check w/one of those and they might just give you a cut piece that size they have laying around. I got my first liner at the roofing place and 2nd one at the irrigation company.
     
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    yep bdc ,builders discount centers sell it and even some roofing companies have pieces laying around .Now with all the work going on down there with rebuilding you may find a piece from a roofing company .drive by's are the best way to see if any one has rubber roofing being put on .
     
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    Look at lowes homedepot this time of year, up here, they are discounting all pond supplies
     
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    sissy sissy

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    but most of the liners they have a pvc .I was looking for another pvc one for under my stock tank but they have not discounted them yet ,at least not here
     
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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    They have epdm here. Bought one a few years back.
     
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    used to sell it here 6 or 7 years ago ,they clearanced it out and never sold it again .They only sell pvc here now
     
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