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16 messages
24/11/2011 at 15:27
THIS IS A REALLY GREAT IDEA, THANK YOU! I AM GOING TO GIVE IT A GO AS wE LIVE IN A VERY COLD PART OF THE COUNTRY.
24/11/2011 at 15:27
great tip!
24/11/2011 at 15:27
Can you buy Filmglaze online?
24/11/2011 at 15:27
where can i get filmglaze. liked the feature
24/11/2011 at 15:27
Great idea, could you use ordinary cling film?
24/11/2011 at 15:27
great idea and so simple! Where can you get the filmglaze though? Cling film could work...
24/11/2011 at 15:28
Good idea to use old baskets on the hunt now for filmglaze
24/11/2011 at 15:28
Very useful, especially since even plastic cloches are vastly over priced. Would be nice if the article had included sources for filmglaze though.
24/11/2011 at 15:28
Great idea as the real thing is so expensive.
I found the filmglaze at Homebase and have made cloches to protect my alpines this winter - looks a bit like a mini 'Eden Project'!
24/11/2011 at 15:28
Simple, easy and effective, filmglaze can be bought in most Hardware shops and DIY stores.
24/11/2011 at 15:28
Very good idea, easy and effective. Filmglaze can be got from hardware shops or DIY stores.
24/11/2011 at 15:29
love this idea, am gonna give it a go.
08/01/2012 at 20:32
great idea!!

27/04/2012 at 17:36
Fantastic idea will give it a go asap
k1
01/12/2012 at 16:42
i have strawberries in mine which are producing fruit already,but wondered if on real hot days does the cloche sweat?
10/04/2014 at 10:20
Yo. Just use cling film, it's sooo much easier. Taylor x
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