I only got two of these handy.I think I've really stumbled onto a truly revolutionary idea- what do you think?
Neat idea, very eco - I like the clips/clasps better tho - very practicalI think I've really stumbled onto a truly revolutionary idea- what do you think?
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It started as envying the spring clips they use in the UK for use in setting up dual-purpose production boxes / swarm traps and kind of morphed from there .I like the clips/clasps better tho - very practical
South face needs protection from the sun. Pennies per pound for UV additive adds up to big money if they use a million pounds per year.I think I've really stumbled onto a truly revolutionary idea- what do you think?
No cats here.You just need some indoor cats!
I thought about spray painting the outsides white. I'll noodle with it and post R1.South face needs protection from the sun.
The 35 pound totes I have are made of polypro. Doing some research, looks like people have good success spray painting them, particularly if they start with a good adhering primer.Most likely polystyrene.
Not a bad idea. I thought about partially filling them with pea gravel as ballast, but suppose that could be accomplished in either orientation.I would have put the Top on the ground.
And I have no cats.
Ruth and Jack:I find plastic to be very slippery and maintaining a slight foward tilt is going to be difficult.
Never had an indoor cat in the 25 years I have been in this house, until three years ago when when I remarried. One by one I now have 4! I use those buckets in the shop, always a need for a bucket.For those of us cursed with indoor cats