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Old 09-16-2017, 09:36 PM   #13
Grizzly1
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Coroplast last a very long time. I have a 4x4 box blind that I bought from a lease members son after he passed away. The blind was originally sold as a kit you put together, precut square tubing, coroplast, screws, etc. I bought it 2 years ago and it had been on our lease for 7 years. Coroplast was still in great shape, not brittle at all. I took it home and painted it just for extra weather protection and added some screws then put it back out. Still looks great after 10 years in the field.
I use Modified Truss Head screws because they have a large head, you can get them real cheap at any building material store like Lowes or Home Depot. They also come in a self tap point for wood or self drilling point for going through metal.
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