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It will be (or had better be) polycarbonate or acrylic, not PVC, or it will die in the sun. If you find it too clear to begin with, greenhouse suppliers have "paint on shade" and/or shadecloth, both come in white and in colors. If all you want is shade, shadecloth might be a better choice than roofing, but of course it does not block rain. Shadecloth ...


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Option 1(clean finish):Rough cut the iron, bar the concrete, and pour a top layer of grout or thicker layer of concrete. Option 2 (rough finish, what you're doing): Rough cut with rip saw and finish with grinder. Option 3 (rough finish, completely removes visible pipe): Clear adequate space around the pipe below the concrete for a cast iron pipe cutter ...


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Since nobody else it going for this, then I'll give my two cents (based on limited experience, so please, anyone else feel free to chime in). When it comes to concrete roads, for example, after patching it a few times the road eventually becomes too worn out, and the concrete is rubblized (into crush and run). Then fresh pavement is layed on top. Here's a ...



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