Hey guys, so I went ahead and ordered 10lbs of the poly beef netting from Trenton Mills.
Being in Montreal, I had done a bunch of research to find a supplier north of the border but obviously couldn't.
Just FYI, total cost was 41$ + 32$ US for shipping, then I got nailed with 26$ CAN for...
People have asked how far beef netting goes. Here's my experience:
Slit tube on one side so you're working with a flat layer
The bigger the holes, the larger area it covers (and better it looks)
It's easier to cut when stretched very tight and cut with sharp scissors (not Xacto knife)
Just that really.
I'd love to do big spider webs all over the garden for my halloween party but I can't seem to find any beef netting from a uk supplier.
I got in touch with Trenton Mills but the shipping cost makes it prohibitively expensive.
Can anyone help or point me in the right direction?
I'm going to order 10 lbs of beef netting from trenton mills and have some questions for those who have used it in the past.
Does the beef netting hold up to the elements if outside for a coupleweeks?
can it be taken down and saved for reuse or is it a 1 time product?
is 10 lbs enough or too...
I'm finally ahead of the game enough this year to purchase some beef netting for my spiderwebs. I went to the site and saw that they now have two different varieties. I was wondering if anyone had used them both and had a preference for making spiderwebs?
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