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Hypertufa and Concrete: How big without added support

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Anderson, IN
(Zone 5b)

February 13, 2007
6:06 PM

Post #3185168

I purchased this tub
for a hypertufa project I would give you a measurement but its in the garage and were in the middle of a blizzard. Im just wondering if it is small enought not to need any extra support/frame.
Thanks steve
West Central, FL
(Zone 9b)

February 16, 2007
2:39 PM

Post #3195110

I would support it just to be on the safe side...
Port Orchard, WA
(Zone 8a)

February 20, 2007
5:12 AM

Post #3207257

Steve, couldn't you use some hardware cloth for added strength? I use some of the fiberglass fiber that you get at the concrete yards on my hypertufa pots also, I mix it in the water before I add it to the mix,Jim

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