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  1. #1
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    Default #5 fabric/netting on marking cages

    Does anyone know where to purchase the number 5 fabric/cloth used on the ends of the queen marking cages? I already have #5 hardware cloth but have not been able to locate the netting found on the end of the marking cages.

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    Default Re: #5 fabric/netting on marking cages

    Just bug a bag of onions and use the mesh bag!
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  3. #3
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    Default Re: #5 fabric/netting on marking cages

    The mesh needs to have an opening very close to 0.162". Do potato bags have this opening size?

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    Default Re: #5 fabric/netting on marking cages

    Don't know the size, but I use it and it works just fine............
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  5. #5
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    Default Re: #5 fabric/netting on marking cages

    Will something like this work?

    http://www.truevalue.com/mobile/cata...roductId=29591

    One of the big box stores had a very heavy stiff roofing fabric. I can't remember if it was Lowes or homedepot.

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    Default Re: #5 fabric/netting on marking cages

    I was looking around for everything to fit on the marking tube.
    From potato chips package, to frozen fish pagkage mesh.
    The identical size mesh is from my wife's foam bath sponge. It is the right size , and is exagonal like the comb. The right time to make your move, is 2-3 in the morning, when she is in her deep sleep.

  7. #7
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    Default Re: #5 fabric/netting on marking cages

    You guys seem to agree. It is a matter of taking the calipers to the store and just finding something that works. I was hoping for a dealer of fabrics.

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