Part # QP1562
FOR A SECURE BEADED POOL LINER INSTALLATION!
Liner lock replaces pennies and Popsicle sticks! Use this wedge like rubbery strip to place in the track above the liner bead. Not for use on overlap liners, liner lock is used on beaded liners for a more secure fit. Helps prevent liners from falling out of the track. Liner Lock stays pliable for years; can be removed / reinstalled. For use on above ground and in-ground pools with beaded liners.
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Does this product come in any color other than white? I do not have anything white around my pool including the coping. Dark blue liner and beige coping.
Hi, Linda. This product is only available in white.
Does this liner lock come in different sizes? We got a new liner last year and it seems to want to pop out, especially in the corners. The installers put some liner lock in the corners but it doesn't fit very tightly. A slightly beefier liner lock would fit more snugly.
We replaced our beaded liner and it keep falling in. We were able to get it back up and now that it is up would this be something we could use to kind of wedge the liner in and keep it from falling?
Have a inibead above pool liner.Will this product work for this liner and how many feet is needed for a 24 foot round liner?
Hello, A uni-bead liner can be installed 2 different ways. If you are using the "hook" portion of the liner, you can not use a liner loc since the hook would hang on the pool wall. If you remove the hook portion and install the liner as a beaded liner, you can use the liner loc for added security.
what is causing my beaded liner to come untracked
Hello, Not all beaded liners are the same. If the original liner was a special bead and it was replaced with a standard one, you may need to replace the bead receiver. If both liners are a standard bead, you may need liner lock.
Please explain the difference in J hook and beaded liner.
Hi, Pat. The differences between the three types of above ground pool liners including the J-Hook and Beaded are explained in our Above Ground Pool Liner Types: The Good and the Bad Blog.
what size does this fit for and do you have to take the top metal rail off to install the lock for beaded liner
(4 out of 5 stars) liner lock
Reviewed By: flattire from South Carolina ()
The last two pool liner lock installations were performed by professional pool companies. Within one year both liner locks would contract and pull out of the slot. They charged me for a full roll of liner lock (120FT) each time at a buck a foot plus labor. Both companies acted like " Oh well, that's life" when I called for service. I'm sure my installation will last as long as their install lasted. When I removed the old liner lock there were 4 or 5 different pieces. Definitely no full roll used here folks by the SO CALLED PROS. I'm satisfied with the quality of the product and am waiting to see how long it lasts.
(5 out of 5 stars) great product
Reviewed By: Paul W. from Bath, PA ()
Pros: stays in tightly
our beaded liner would fall out several times per year. INYO Pools recommended this & we installed the Liner Lock when we opened our pool this year. NO problems at all.