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Mark Wileman

Best size netted bags for 10 inch logs

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My firewood pile is getting a bit bit, so I want to start shifting some of it.


I don't have the time in the evenings for sorting out/delivering full tipper loads so I'm just going to start bagging it all up in netted bags and sell it as and when I can find the time. (Easier to throw 10 ready packed nets on the back of my tipper than fill it up from the pile).


I cut my firewood into 10 inch logs, after splitting between 100-150mm thick. I ordered some netted bags (can't remember what size) but they are too big, and my neatly stacked pile of logs just falls apart in the bag and makes it look half full.


What size nets are people using for 10 inch logs?





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24 cm logs in 45×70cm nets here. We stretch them over a u shaped chute and slide the logs in. Nets are a nightmare without something holding them open. Depending on log size anywhere from 9 to 15 in a bag. They fill out nicely and stack well.

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