I built a fish pond last year. The book I bought said to cut a hole in the liner under the waterfall liner, and let the waterfall liner hang over it. The waterfall liner kept floating to the top, so I cut it back, now I have a slow leak where the pump pipe enters under the liner. Do you have a product I can use to seal this leak? I used aquarium seal, but the fish pick at it and end up removing it. I am in South Dakota, so we do get rather cold winters. Any help would be appreciated. Paul.
I think we can get you an easy solution to your problem. There are fittings that provide mechanical connections through pond liner specifically designed for hose hook-ups. Simply stick the fitting into the hose, apply fish safe silicone, attach lock nut, and your done! The fitting has threads =”color: rgb(0, 0, 153);”>