6 mil thick, water tight, and white to reflect unwanted sunlight away from the rink. Same as our other liners but just easier to shop. Choose your size white ice rink liner. Just enter the size liner you need.
No short cuts here. Always choose a liner that is substantially larger than your rink. Below are some simple tips to help you choose a liner size.
1) For simple rinks with short boards, smaller in size (say under 30 by 50) on relatively flat ground. Add 5 feet to the width of the rink and 5 feet to the length of the rink. We call this the 5 rule. The 5 rule should do the trick for most rinks. For example, for a 30 by 50 rink, choose a 35 by 55 liner.
2) For longer rinks, say over 60. Add 10 feet to the length of your rink to choose a suitable liner. Longer rinks have more variables. You will not regret the extra plastic!
3) For rinks on wavy and undulating ground, add 10 feet on length and width for small rinks and possibly more for bigger rinks. Undulating ground will consume more liner than you expect once the liner is filled and follows the waviness of ground.
4) Tall boards- Be sure to add the board heights to the liner extra. For example, for a 30 by 50 with 4 foot boards all around, Choose 45 by 65. That is the 5 rule plus the board heights rounded up to our nearest liner cut.
Play it safe with your liner sizing. Bigger is almost always better. If you are a first timer, DO NOT MAKE THE MISTAKE OF TOO SMALL A LINER.