home made pitch /tennis court marking (like lanscaping spray ?)

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  1. ADONAI

    ADONAI

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    hi,
    stuck with the kids and needing to mark out a court and pitch.

    as i cant get hold of that landscaping spray for marking out areas any home made options?

    thanks

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    If only there was some kind of thing available whereby you could contact someone and buy something suitable and get it delivered to your home.
     
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    Do you have any lime to make up a wash, that's what I used to use
     
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    Got any scrap plasterboard?

    I say that as I’ve been making some holes in plasterboard walls and even a small amount of dust can go a long way when you are trying to be neat & tidy.
     
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    Any old emulsion paint, probably need watered down
     
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