Slightly not wood related,but

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Jim Murphy

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On your escapades out and about, when you find a corner littered with campaign trash, and you can safely park, pick up a half dozen of the signs with metal frames. Democrat or Republican, winner or loser, doesn't matter. Put the actual cardboard part of the sign in the recycle bin and save the metal frame.

The next time you need to Sacrete something, bend the metal frame as needed to serve as "re-bar" in your form. This will add significant strength to the mix, as long as you don't use six gallons of water for each bag of mix.
 

DaveO

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And that is a really good way of cleaning up every freakin' corner that is covered with those eye-sore of signs. IMO 1 sign would get point across as well as a half a dozen. :roll::roll::roll::roll::roll::roll::roll:

Great tip, sorry for my rant:oops:


Dave:)
 

junquecol

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On your escapades out and about, when you find a corner littered with campaign trash, and you can safely park, pick up a half dozen of the signs with metal frames. Democrat or Republican, winner or loser, doesn't matter. Put the actual cardboard part of the sign in the recycle bin and save the metal frame.

The next time you need to Sacrete something, bend the metal frame as needed to serve as "re-bar" in your form. This will add significant strength to the mix, as long as you don't use six gallons of water for each bag of mix.
I use six bags(94#) of portland cement and six gallons to the cubic yard.
 
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