Pine Straw (or whatever it is?)

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Old 02-12-2011, 01:33 PM
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Before loading pine straw in my car, I put each bale in a 30 gallon "contractor" trash bag (it's a sturdier plastic than the usual trash bag mil). On occasion, I've even put a couple of bales in my back seat if it is a new bag. Keeps the vehicle spic and span.
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Before loading pine straw in my car, I put each bale in a 30 gallon "contractor" trash bag (it's a sturdier plastic than the usual trash bag mil). On occasion, I've even put a couple of bales in my back seat if it is a new bag. Keeps the vehicle spic and span.
I'm from Cincinnati too. Why couldn't I have thought of that!!!
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Old 02-13-2011, 01:17 PM
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Been using Pine Straw now for 3 yrs and haven't found one tick or snake (probably shouldn't have said that since it will come back to bite me for sure)
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