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Posted by John Fasoldt on 13:25:33 8/7/2015 from 108.24.145.68:

In reply to: Re: What size hardware cloth to block openings? posted by Andy on 13:16:14 8/7/2015 from 108.1.155.219:

Yeah, they can be a bitch, huh? As far as the HCloth, I always use half inch, heavy duty, which is pretty stiff stuff, but unless your squirrels carry tin snips, they t'ain't gonna get through... The half inch is just easier to work with. The light stuff is No Good. In fact, it's NFG, a lot of guys use it because you can cut a roll of it with a circular saw - quick and dirty. We did use it on one job, had to cut identical pieces, and it worked well. We don't have that acct anymore, but we know a few of the girls, who say it has worked, and thats from at least 10 years ago.

And thanks for the compliment!

---John



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