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Looking for a decent tarpaulin to cover me logs up, ones on ebay look rubbish! any ideas? shed is full so they will have to go out.

 

you need somthing 250mgs per m ,theres some on ebay, 251385887171

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Any lorry firms near you, sometimes they replace the curtain side on trailers and get rid of the old one's cheap.

 

Tried that, their don't seem to be any. There was some banners on ebay like with sign writing on that looked really thick and were massive.

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Looking for a decent tarpaulin to cover me logs up, ones on ebay look rubbish! any ideas? shed is full so they will have to go out.

there's a shop in malton who make tarps to order, in different grades of material. g.woodall and sons, proper old fashioned outfit I love it!

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get sheets of tin, stick it on top with a nice overhang, weigh it down. lets the wood dry much better! and it won't just get shredded by the wind.

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