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Old 29-09-2002, 07:05 PM
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have heard that you can use milk as a dye....dont know myself how well it
works though.

john west

Alison o.uk wrote in
message ...
We have a butyl liner (about 4 years old) and my suspicion is that it got
damaged/pierced in the ice and permafrost of winter 2000/01 cos now the
water sits about 10cm low on an almost permanent basis - even a couple of
hours after the flash floods we've had this 'summer'. The 'other half'
seems to think that there's a product on the market that is dye-like but
forms a concentration of colour at the leak - but has conveniently

forgotten
what it's called. I can't seem to track it down. Has anyone out there
heard of this product?

-A





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Old 29-09-2002, 07:21 PM
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On Sun, 29 Sep 2002 18:05:03 +0100, "gort"
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have heard that you can use milk as a dye....dont know myself how well it
works though.

Errrr .... I think milk in water is also toxic to pond life (may depend
on concentration of course) ......


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