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Peel & Stick Pool Cove (48")

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Peel & Stick Pool Cove is a simple, easy-to-use product that extends the life of vinyl above ground pool liners. Place around the inside circumference of the pool at the point where the ground and pool walls meet before installing your vinyl liner. The Pool cove helps prevent excessive stretching and premature wearing, adding years to the life of your new liner. FREE SHIPPING!

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If you are looking for an easier way to keep your liner smooth and protected than building up another sand bank, consider making a small investment in peel and stick pool coving. It will save A TON of time and extend the life of your above ground liner.

Installation is incredibly easy. Peel the tape off the back of the 48" coving strip to reveal the sticky back, align it with the bottom channel of the pool wall (flush to the gorilla pad or sand bottom), and press lightly. The pre-cut design and adhesive backing make it a quick, easy installation.

Click here to determine how many strips of Pool Cove you'll need for your pool.

 

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Peel & Stick Pool Cove (48")
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5
 
 
 
 
Number of Reviews: 2

 
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User:
Peter D.
Date:
May 01, 2013
         
5
 
Pool cove
 

So much easier than trying to make the pool cove with sand. Little more money but worth it for the time saving.

User:
Ray L.
Date:
April 12, 2013
         
5
 
Pool Cove
 

Hate spending more money but pool cove is totally worth it. Pool liner fits better and looks 1000 times better than the stupid sand cove.

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