Re: Pond liners

In article <3dajqs$fga@nntp.ucs.ubc.ca>, zaphod@bcu.ubc.ca (Lance Bailey)

> on Wed, 21 Dec 1994 17:30:33 cdt Tim Prachar wrote in rec.ponds:
> > To those looking for a "rubber" pond liner, I would suggest getting the 
> > material used for rubber-roofing.  Actually it is neoprene.  I have found it 
> any one have a feel for toxicity levels of neoprene? other than that
> question, it sounds perfect
I don't think there is a problem with the neoprene itself, but you need to
rince it very well to remove the powder that they put on the keep it from
sticking to itself in the roll.  This is toxic to fish (usually, depending
on what they happened to have used).