19821Re: [midatlanticretro] Help @ museum this Sunday mid-day
- Feb 5, 2011I'm not following how tarps will protect from humidity. Will you be using dehumidifiers or dehumidifying agents beneath them?
Harbor Freight has tarps, sometimes at good prices. There's a vendor at Collingswood Flea Market who sells tarps, but I'm not sure whether he's there in this weather.
Watch out that some vinyl plastic has plasticizers that can affect paint. I don't know whether this is true for tarps.On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 11:48 PM, Evan Koblentz <evan@...> wrote:Why do I * always * forget some detail!?
> 3. Tomorrow I'm going shopping for tarps. We should cover more stuff from dust and humidity.
Instead of official "tarps" I might go for dropcloths and/or plastic
sheeting. That's much less expensive, so we can get more of it.
Also I'm going to ask Fred if we can tack some to the ceiling beams /
walls. That should help keep things slightly cleaner.
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