SEALING AROUND PIPES OR PIPEWORK USING BUTYL RUBBER LINER


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GET A LARGE OFFCUT, FIRST CUT HOLE SMALLER THAN THE PIPE IN LINER, NOW GLUE IT AND INSERT LINER OVER PIPE, DRAW OFFCUT TOWARDS WALL PRESSING UP TIGHT TO WALL.

POSITION MAIN LINER AND CUT LINER TO SUIT POSITION OF PIPE, AS BEFORE PULL OVER PIPE AND ALMOST BUT IN POSTION, NOW RE GLUE THE PATCH ON FACING SIDE THEN FULLY PUSH LINER INTO PLACE.

HOPE THIS HELPS ANYONE WANTING TO GET A TIGHT STRONG FAST SEAL.

WHISKEY
 

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Or put a hose clamp over the liner in picture #3 and you're done. This method was invented by Greg Brickal yeras ago and he explains how in his pond DIY CD. I've used the pipe boot many times, never had a leak.
 
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Hi Waterbug

Yes a friend of mine told me and as Muddy Waters asked, thought i it a go, one to bring up in diy....great trick
plus this part ,,,FREE
 

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