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Outdoor booth

Postby Harvey » 13 Dec 2012, 11:15

anyone got a waterproof lazy tong or eric sharp system for sale or does know how to build a Lazy tong with these I have 8 poles, canvas (quilt cover), cross over.
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Re: Outdoor booth

Postby Harvey » 13 Dec 2012, 11:16

The cross over is a thing people use on the top of chest/set of draws
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Re: Outdoor booth

Postby johnstoate » 18 Dec 2012, 03:58

Harvey, - First off, Sorry to reply so late to your Email. - the caravan rig went almost the same day! - I've been a little ' under the weather' of late, and got a bit behind. - anyway, with the bits you've got, you should be able to put something together, - I suggest you try and get a copy of John Alexander's ' Expanded frame file' (Arcady press) for Christmas. There are a few excellent designs in there that should give you some ideas. As for waterproofing, A relatively cheap, but effective method that I have used for many years is ' Thompsons water seal' Which is actually sold for use on brickwork, but is also very good on fabric. Best of luck, and if you get stuck, send me an Email, and I'll try and send you a few helpfull suggestions!
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Re: Outdoor booth

Postby Harvey » 03 Feb 2013, 11:11

I have waterproofed my indoor booth thank you for all your tips :D :) :lol:
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