foldinducks wrote:for 7 years i was an inground pool installer. there was a company by the name of meyco. they made pool covers for the winter. the covers came with a bag that was very large(5'x3.5' ), and made from a nylon mesh that is tougher than anything ive encountered. the bags didnt catch briars,stick tights, or cling ons. ive drug them on beaches,grass trails , and work on the water great.
it seemed like every year or two we would get a couple extra bags to replace ones someone drug across broom finished concrete. i have sewn a few up and when people trash these $1000 covers id scoop em up and sew new ones up. my girlfreind is still in the business, ill ask her how much a new bag is, or how to get one. they use a different company but im sure theyre all comprably priced.
lostknife4 wrote:IH8ATTN wrote:bags by Diane. not diy but her prices are affordable.
MaverickDiesel42 wrote:I got sick of snags with the mesh bags and not having an extra hand to hold open the bag. These collapsible camping garbage trash cans stand alone, don't hold water, and lay flat when not in use. Usually got 18-30 birds in them depending on size/style. This is one link but there are many other variations and vendors that carry them. http://www.elementoutfitters.com/Produc ... MgodLhMAnw
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