With the wind blown sand we have in Hout Bay I would not give that stuff much of a chance of success?The Nun wrote:You need some of the waterless car polish then you never need to wash it at all, supposed to be marvellous stuff, never a scratch, cant see that myself, but thats what they claim??African Imp wrote:With the drought being far from over some and this includes myself, have invested in large water catch tanks, we then take water off the roof of our home, when it rains that is!
Today I went to see how a 5000 liter tank has been plumbed in, you can just see the dark green tank, check the dust on my unwashed car
Guess what, I placed the new water tank, two guys did actually, you can see it in the first picture close in to the corner.
By the next morning it had been moved, someone was trying to steal it!
I have now part filled it with water I pumped up from the swim pool, say 400mm deep, so its not going any place now I hope?
The small plinth I have laid is Trex Wood Polymer planking, being 50% plastic it is far softer than the concrete slabs it lays on and will suit the polyprop water tank well.
We had decent rain on Saturday evening, the JoJo tank is now 3/4 full with nice clean rain water