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Old 08-26-2020, 09:53 AM
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i was thinking about this thread last night and i think that you will be fine with the flex seal...if you have issues then the next step would be a vapor barrier inside of the flexseal, like a thick visqueen, the only thing about that that is tricky is laying the sides onto the bottom, you want to make like a cuff so the water runs down the side and INTO the bottom, not under it. again, i think the spray rubber will work well for the preservation of the wooden structure
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Old 08-26-2020, 11:19 AM
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i was thinking about this thread last night and i think that you will be fine with the flex seal...if you have issues then the next step would be a vapor barrier inside of the flexseal, like a thick visqueen, the only thing about that that is tricky is laying the sides onto the bottom, you want to make like a cuff so the water runs down the side and INTO the bottom, not under it. again, i think the spray rubber will work well for the preservation of the wooden structure
thanks dirty coconuts. side question: How long do restrepia blooms last? mine that opened just 72 hours ago is already closed!
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Old 08-26-2020, 07:17 PM
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i am afraid i don't know..i don't have that plant or any rep. plants (yet :evil)

i know that a lot of the mini ones i have they bloom a lot and often but the individual flowers don't linger more than a day or so...i always chalked it up to the elevated humidity
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Old 11-16-2020, 10:48 AM
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You shouldn't have a problem per se with the furniture because of the orchiradie built in a hundred year old furniture. There are many different types of furniture that can surprise you with their comfort. Ranging from movable shelves to various bedside tables. Very often old furniture is not very suitable for the home. Sometimes I saw old furniture at my grandmother's and was amazed at how it still kept her. I advise those who have old furniture to replace it with new ones, because the most important thing in a house is, first of all, comfort. The site where you can really find the best furniture and with different colors for your taste is very difficult, but especially for you I found a new york furniture outlet.

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