Hammer or post driver for rebar

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Re: Hammer or post driver for rebar

Postby BBadger » 2 years ago

Drawingablank wrote:Hi,

If you don't mind my asking, what did you use for a cover on the Monkey Hut greenhouse?

Since I fly out to the burn these days, my original monkey hut is just sitting in the garage and I sure could use a greenhouse.

This might be an interesting read for that subject.
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Re: Hammer or post driver for rebar

Postby Drawingablank » 2 years ago

unjonharley wrote:For the monkey hut green house cover.. I used opaque plastic.. Got it from the paint dept. Home Depot.. put it over and rolled the bottom up on a 1 x 2 board.. The sun breaks this stuff down pretty fast.. It will only last part of the year..

Thanks, I was hoping you had a better way since that is my experience with that plastic too. Will keep you posted if I find something that works better.

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This might be an interesting read for that subject.

Definitely an interesting read. Now to see if I can find something to fit a low budge that's durable, and light diffusing.
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Re: Hammer or post driver for rebar

Postby FIGJAM » 2 years ago

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