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42 in. x 84 in. Remesh Sheet

  • Each sheet is 42 in. x 84 in., giving you plenty of working room
  • Material can be bent to adapt to curved surfaces
  • Sheet makes laying uniform ceramic tiles easy
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Product Overview

This Remesh Sheet provides a convenient template base for laying a 42 in. x 84 in. bed of ceramic tiles and can be easily bent for adaptation to curved surfaces.
  • Grade 40 frame for durability
  • Used for laying ceramic tiles
  • 42 in. Long x 84 in. wide
  • Supports bending to a preferred angle for adaptation to curved surfaces
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)84 inProduct Height (in.)0.187 in
Product Length (in.)42 inRoll length (ft.).01 ft

Details

Gauge10Grade40
Product Weight (lb.)5.4 lbTypeRebar

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Manufacturer WarrantyNONE

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I use this for many garden projects, especially as trellising along fencing for vines and to espa...
I use this for many garden projects, especially as trellising along fencing for vines and to espalier plants in narrow areas. I also use it as support for taller plants that want to fall over.
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    I don't know how about concrete but these work great for tomatoes!
    I used 2 of these to make a mega tomato cage for my raised bed garden. I rolled them each into a cylinder wired the ends together and then stacked them to get the height I needed.
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    Great for other uses besides re-enforcing concrete!
    The 48 in. X 84 in. Remesh sheet can be formed into a round cage that can provide the gardener in the family with a perfect containment for Pepper or Tomato plants. Tools needed for this project are a bolt or wire cutter, and pliers. 1. Take the remesh sheet and place it on a flat, even service. (a side walk or paved driveway.) 2. Bring one side of the width end up, bending the sheet into a circle, until both width ends meet. 3. Wrap the soft wire around both matched width ends about 3 to 4 times and Twist together.(plastic Ties work well too.) Tie about 2 or 3 more of these down the length of the mesh where the width ends are butted up. 4. With the wire or plastic ties in place, turn the oblong cage horizontal, on a flat surface with the tied ends at the top. 5. Using pressure with your hands, begin forming the cage into a round shape. 6. Flip the cage so as it stands vertically, you now have a cage that can be placed over a variety of young garden plants that need support from wind and animals that might hamper their growth. Steven E.
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      It was pretty rusty when I got it.
      It was pretty rusty when I got it.
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      Excellent for making tomato cages. Roll up into a round...
      Excellent for making tomato cages. Roll up into a round cage, fasten with coat hanger wire and pound metal electrical conduit weaved through a couple of squares and that thing is going nowhere.
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      Cut these in two to form tomato cages. Worked well, though the ones at my store were rusted. NOTE...
      Cut these in two to form tomato cages. Worked well, though the ones at my store were rusted. NOTE: They were nearly twice the price in store, so order online!
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      Store should better protect mesh to save consumer the necessary straightening before use. Also, w...
      Store should better protect mesh to save consumer the necessary straightening before use. Also, wished they carried thicker wired mesh for projects calling for added reinforcement. Overall, decent product.
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      Bad Quality. Not sure if i just got a bad piece, but ordered online and went to pick up in store....
      Bad Quality. Not sure if i just got a bad piece, but ordered online and went to pick up in store. But the mesh sheet was so rusted that the cashier could not even touch it without getting stains on her hands. I had to return the item. But originally wanted to buy as a trellis support for cucumber plants.
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        A little on the thin side
        I have used a number of these and they work. The holes are 6"x6" if you need to know. The downside is that the tack's welds are week and often break. It does bend easily and the rust will get all over you when you touch it.
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        9 found this review helpful
        Amazing for veggie trellis!!
        The spacing is PERFECT for tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, beans, cantalopes and small watermelons. If built vertical, you can grab 2# fruit right through the mesh. If you angle it 15-25 degrees, the fruit hangs in the SHADE under the mesh while the leaves grow on top in the sun!!! Shade protects peppers or melons growing growing in the ground underneath. I used 1/2" EMT (about $2 ea.) conduit as stakes (cut 7' long, space them 7' apart) and mounted the mesh 15 inches up from the ground. Space maters 24-30" and double your yield/ cut work in HALF!
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