How to remove or replace Pool Borders?
Peel back a section of border using the rounded edge of the
installation squeegee. Sections should come off in their full length.
Once all have been removed the residual adhesive on the wall can be
removed using a citrus based adhesive remover along with warm to
hot water and a nylon brush or scrub sponge. If there is residual that is still
remaining you can try using isopropyl alcohol, commonly known as
rubbing alcohol or the citrus based adhesive remover, such as
3M Adhesive Remover, readily available at office supply or hardware
and building supply stores. Once the residual adhesive is removed
you can clean the wall using our BorderLines Surface Cleaner.
Will your Pool Borders stick to any surface?
Not all surfaces, the pools surface must me clean and smooth. Our pool borders
will stick to most vinyl liners, fiberglass pools, acrylic and stainless steel. Pool
Borders will not stick to rough concrete and should not be applied over real tile.
Are your Pool Borders Guaranteed?
BORDERLINES™ are guaranteed by manufacturer to be free from defects in material
under normal use in accordance with the Manufacturer’s Application Instructions and
General Use Instructions. If you believe BORDERLINES™ to be defective at any time
during the first 3 seasons of use you may email or call Pool Borders, Inc. or go online.
After placing initial claim a return form will be sent to you. Consumer is responsible for
any handling and shipping fees. This warranty does not apply to damage resulting from
improper installation, misuse or abuse of the product, or alteration or modification of
the product after your purchase.
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