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Hi friends
I have a cement pond and waterfall..I have had them all coated with G4...I have a leak...don't know where!!
I have switched off waterfall...and let pond go down slowly...still cant find ..
what can I coat the whole pond with ( non toxic )and not AI or G4 to seal this hidden leak.....DONT want to use a liner again as its to plastic looking ..
Help require urgently please

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Welcome @graham george - sorry that you are having this issue!

I know nothing about cement ponds or fixing leaks - maybe others who do already know this but what is G4 and AI?Are these common products that we would know here in the US? Also a few more details about your pond - do you have filtration? Fish? How many gallons? How old is it? Can you post a picture or two?
 
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Welcome @graham george - sorry that you are having this issue!

I know nothing about cement ponds or fixing leaks - maybe others who do already know this but what is G4 and AI?Are these common products that we would know here in the US? Also a few more details about your pond - do you have filtration? Fish? How many gallons? How old is it? Can you post a picture or two?
Hi from Scotland.....thanks for you reply
G4 is an expensive non toxic ...like a varnish has to go on quick and second coat within 2 hours and depending on the temp.it has to be left curing for up to 2 hours...in clear and Black
A1 is a paint
I have 2 x filters
15 KOI biggish
pictures tomorrow

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You can hide the plastic pretty well, then the liner below the surface (like on the sides and the bottom) just look black.
 

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@count krunk Hello! I see that you just joined. Why not go over to our “introductions” area and tell us about yourself. Do you have a pond or just in the planning stages?
 
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