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    storage cover


    As a possible cover to the firewood pile. Any thoughts on if the decal is sewn on or printed on? Don't want the neighbor to have to see an advertisement even if its at the back of my property.
    DURATARP BOX COVERS 8X5X7 COULD BE USED AS PORTABLE SHED - motorcycles/scooters - by owner - vehicle automotive bike sale

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    Re: storage cover

    Why not just use an inexpensive flat tarp? Zip tie rocks into the corners for weight.

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    Re: storage cover

    I picked up a Harbor Freight 10x10 "portable shed" this year to store some bikes, mower, etc. They are surprisingly tough. My friend has a 10x17 and stored 15-20 mowers in it last winter and it survived some pretty brutal weather. Aside from occasionally knocking the snow off the roof and shoveling around it a bit, super cheap storage that isn't too terribly ugly.

    10 ft. x 10 ft. Portable Shed

    The usual HF 20% coupon didn't work for it but I found one on the HFDB that knocked it down a few bucks:

    Harbor Freight Tools Coupon Database - Free coupons, 25 percent off coupons, toolbox coupons - 10 FT. X 10 FT. PORTABLE SHED

    For a wood pile, we used to just throw a tarp over it.

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    storage cover

    had some extra wood and pallets and a sheet of corrugated metal...just threw a regular blue tarp from job lot over it...

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    Re: storage cover

    Just stack it and get some thick plastic rolls down at your local Home Depot/Lowe's. Roll it out, cut it to size. I'm still using pieces from 5 or 6 years ago. although this will be the last year for those pieces.

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    Re: storage cover

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoneman View Post
    Just stack it and get some thick plastic rolls down at your local Home Depot/Lowe's. Roll it out, cut it to size. I'm still using pieces from 5 or 6 years ago. although this will be the last year for those pieces.
    After 5-6 years have they finally just gotten too 'burnt out' from all of the use?!

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    Re: storage cover

    @OP: Looks printed on. One of the pics in the ad even says "Durable STA-BRITE print-on...".

    Easy solution: turn it inside out? Or just spray paint over the logo.

    I don't like regular tarps - fall apart after a couple years. That one on CL looks heavy-duty.

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    Re: storage cover

    Thinking about it a little more and the portable shed is probably a bit bigger than I need. I missed the mention of "print on" so I guess I'll pass on it.
    The pallet rack idea looks pretty good!

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