Save Those Sash Weights – Wokkyjawed Repairs Part 2

Spring winds here lean toward drama, which offers a challenge for any temporary roof repairs.  I had a couple of garage sale tarps, the blue one frayed badly, the brown one a person could only see daylight through in a few places.

There was nothing obvious to do that would hold those tarps, nail-wise to keep them from ballooning in the wind.  The sash weights, hopefully, will do the job. 

The old water hose cows chewed through several years ago finally found a use, as well.  Trotline cord threaded through pieces of it will hopefully keep the friction down enough to keep it from wearing through the tarps until materials for a better repair can be found.

Old Jules

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4 responses to “Save Those Sash Weights – Wokkyjawed Repairs Part 2

  1. My, how familiar that all looks when I think of jobs I’ve done in the past. Obviously, that makes me think you’re a genius.

  2. …and now I know what to say next time I’m accused of hoarding ‘junk!’

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