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Pond has a leak!

Post  Theresa on Sat Apr 06, 2013 9:40 pm

The pond last year



Last week I cleaned the pond out and refilled it, I noticed the water level was low when I went to clean it out, but what I didn't see was two cracks in the pond form. I filled it all the way up with clean water, and the next day it was down way low again! I emptied it out and then I saw it, two cracks!









So I went to the store and bought a can of flex seal, the stuff you see on TV. I sprayed the two cracks several thin layers and then all around the pond edge. After a couple of days it sets up hard as the pond form. I put it back where I had it, and filled it up with water, it's been two days now and it hasn't leaked any! Tomorrow I may put the fish back in it, and put the stones around the edges and get the soil ready to plant flowers in.

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