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Cabot’s natural decking oil
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  • Linda T.
    on Jan 24, 2019

    What method did you use to secure the bamboo fencing to the old fence? I have been considering putting bamboo over my old wood fence, which was here when we bought the home. The posts are secured. But the pickets are in bad shape, yes, can screw them in to make a better backing. Live in s.w. Florida where we get heavy rain and heavy wind at times. If secured well, will the bamboo be strong enough to remain in place? Thank you . . . and a beautiful garden. I also have some very nice landscaping/planting and your method would just set it off. LT

  • Paula P
    on Jul 23, 2019

    Where is everyone looking? I only see a glass of some pink and white liquid?

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