Overlap Liner Installation Instructions
An overlap liner is installed by overlapping it over the pool wall and placing coping strips over the liner and the wall to hold it in place. If you are replacing an old liner, remove the top track stabilizers prior to overlapping the liner on the wall. If this is a new install, you would put the top track stabilizers on after the liner is over the wall.
Starting at the liner wall seam on the curved side of the pool, hang the liner over the wall making sure that the seam is straight up and down, perpendicular to the floor. This will assure you that the liner begins going over the wall straight.
As you put the liner over the wall you can secure it by using the plastic coping strips (coping strips can be spaced out a few inches from each other) to keep the liner in place. There should be NO AIR SPACE between the liner and the base that it’s resting on, especially at the cove area (where the pool wall and the angled sand base meet). If you installed the foam pool cove on top of the 3″ sand base and noticed there is still air behind the liner it is recommended to add additional fine mason sand to help reduce the stress and tension on the vinyl liner and the pool wall.
If you end up with excess liner material, continue around the pool, pulling excess liner evenly, and distribute over the pool wall until the excess is gone.
Start filling the pool with only a few inches of water. As the pool fills, work out all the wrinkles and smooth the liner to the wall. Remove the plastic coping strips around the top edge of the wall one piece at a time and adjust the liner if necessary. Keep smoothing out the wrinkles.
Original Gladon XL Peel N’ Place Pool Cove keeps its shape and is quick and easy to install – just peel the adhesive backing and install the cove to the inside circumference of your pool wall. A cove is a vital part of your pool and will keep the weight of the water in the pool and will stop the liner from ballooning out under the bottom of the pool wall.