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We replaced our steps down to the clothesline from a ramp a few years ago with treated pine, painted them to match the other timber work and added tho ...

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November

Was it October 2020 when you did this? i have not been impressed with garden solar lights in the past only lasted a couple of years. Will be intereste ...

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October

That's fantastic thanks. I was thinking of the tube being on the leftover cut ends but you have it running the other way so now that makes sense. and ...

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October

Would you have to cut holes in the tubing to thread the cable ties to?I am trying to envisage what you are.

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October

I have some of that black poly hose from a watering system no longer used so maybe I could use that, thanks for the suggestion.The nets get caught whe ...

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I am making arches for my veggie garden for beans and berries to climb on and when I rotate beds to hold the nets over tomatoes and other veggies so t ...

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October

@gnicholson, You would cut the wire so it finishes flush at a welding/join row. The tube would then be slipped over and the cable ties wrapped aro ...

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gnicholson
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November

Was it October 2020 when you did this? i have not been impressed with garden solar lights in the past only lasted a couple of years. Will be intereste ...

gnicholson
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October

That's fantastic thanks. I was thinking of the tube being on the leftover cut ends but you have it running the other way so now that makes sense. and ...

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