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Where to get PVCu trim cheap?

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by jblessing, 23 May 2015.

  1. jblessing

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    I have a nice flat area of my (largish) garden and I want to mark out a court. Proper line marking equipment is too expensive and I have been experimenting with cheap emulsion and a garden sprayer - a bit slow and needs re-doing regularly.

    I had a bit of pvcu trim left over from a project, and to my surprise, it fixes to the ground quite securely with 4 inch galvanised nails. It would be semi-permanent, wouldn't need painting, and I could mow straight over the top of it.

    So, any suggestions where I can get 150metres of approx 3 inch trim at a reasonable price?
     
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    ebay?
    your local window fitter might be able to source it cheaper for you?
     
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    GAP are usually competitive price wise.
     
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    Gap? The clothes store?

    Presumably it is a diy chain we don't have locally - do they have a website?
     
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    Thanks, looks good.
     
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