Step #1 Layout the Liner
Layout the sections of liner to be seamed. Overlap ends 6” – 12”
Step #2 Clean the Seam Area
Lift the top liner. Use gasoline & thoroughly clean the seam area
Step #3 Mark the Seam Area
With the top liner down, use a crayon or lightly score with scissors, the seam area on the bottom liner. Raise the top liner in preparation for priming.
Step #4 Prime the Seam Area
Prime both liners. On the bottom liner, prime an area ¼” above the mark, approximately 6” – 8” wide. Prime a matching area on the top liner.
Step #5 Apply 3” Double Stick
Apply 3” double sided tape to the bottom liner, pressure rolling as you go to eliminate air bubbles or wrinkles.
Step #6 Smooth the Seam
With the double stick paper still on, replace the top liner and pressure roll the seam.
Step #7 Seal the Seam
Slit the double stick tape in the center. Overlap the liners & carefully remove the paper, pulling off the tape from between the liners at a 45º angle, one side at a time.
Step #8 Apply 6” Single Stick
Prime an area 6” wide spaced evenly over the exposed edge of the seam. Apply 6” tape over primer.
Step #9 Roll and Seal Forever
Thoroughly pressure roll the 6” tape and generously apply lap sealant along both edges of the 6” tape.
Step #10 Allow the Seam to Dry
Allow the seam to dry thoroughly before contact with water.