How do you waterproof a pond?

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To waterproof a pond, ensure your pond sink is totally dry and free of any sticks that could create gaps in the sealant, lay the pond facing the bottom of the pond, spread a 1/4- to 3/4-inch-thick coating of bentonite-based pond sealant over the pond liner with a cup or granular spreader to achieve the proper layering, fill the pond with the submersible or inline pump, and then stock the pond with the fish and other aquatic animals. There are several pond waterproof paints like pond sealer clear, natural finish sealer and so many others.
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