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Re: Tree trunks and branches

#273751 by thunderbirdbat » Fri Aug 28, 2020 8:36 pm

reubenjames wrote:Hi Brenda,

Sorry about the trees, but sounds like some will get put to good use. Let me know if my son and I can help with any cleanup or hauling anything away in the pickup. Our house in Cedar Rapids got lucky, but lots of work out at the farmstead by Belle Plaine for us.


Alec, I do not need any help but thank you for the offer. We have cut and hauled the trees to the curb for the city to pick up at it's leisure. We're still bagging the downed fruit to go but should have that done soon. I have a few other repairs to make but nothing major or urgent. Hope that you did not loose any of your farm buildings or crops.

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Brenda

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Re: Tree trunks and branches

#274624 by megank » Sat Sep 19, 2020 4:22 am

You could use a tuff guard sealant instead of the glue. Saw it here - https://www.hod9.com/best-metal-roof-sealant/. Normally it's used for the roofs, but works extremely well for wood purposes which you have mentioned.

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Re: Tree trunks and branches

#275181 by lili90 » Fri Oct 02, 2020 10:23 am

megank wrote:You could use a tuff guard sealant instead of the glue. Saw it here - https://gluefaq.com/best-glue-for-felt/. Normally it's used for the roofs, but works extremely well for wood purposes which you have mentioned.

Perhaps this is what will help me))))000

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