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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.
Can you buy Filmglaze online?
where can i get filmglaze. liked the feature
Great idea, could you use ordinary cling film?

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great idea and so simple! Where can you get the filmglaze though? Cling film could work...
Good idea to use old baskets on the hunt now for filmglaze
Very useful, especially since even plastic cloches are vastly over priced. Would be nice if the article had included sources for filmglaze though.
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'!
Simple, easy and effective, filmglaze can be bought in most Hardware shops and DIY stores.
Very good idea, easy and effective. Filmglaze can be got from hardware shops or DIY stores.
love this idea, am gonna give it a go.
Fantastic idea will give it a go asap
i have strawberries in mine which are producing fruit already,but wondered if on real hot days does the cloche sweat?

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Yo. Just use cling film, it's sooo much easier. Taylor x
kaycurtis
We do this trick also use upturned wire basket over pots of bulbs to keep squirrels from stealing them,

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