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    Default Geotextiles + Pondliners

    Here's a web link to one source of these materials. www.greatwesternliner.com


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    Default Re: Geotextiles + Pondliners

    Thanks for the info, I bookmarked the location.


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    Default Re: Geotextiles + Pondliners

    Liner info: If going large scale I found the most cost effective and commercially used pond liner is Permalon. Kind of stiff so not practical for garden ponds but it's really tough, great for puncture resistance and cost effective. (It's also used for land fill liners. Tells you a little but about how tough it is).


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    Default Re: Geotextiles + Pondliners

    Here's another link to liners and fabrics. This site sells Permalon as one of their products. It can be found under polyethelyne. www.justliners.com


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    Default Re: Geotextiles + Pondliners

    See my posts about sodium bentonite as a sealant in the "new pond" discussion thread.


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