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No need to buy expensive greenhouse wiggle wire or clips for your greenhouse fabric or film. Make it yourself with inexpensive PVC pipe. RESOURCES: – Fabric Frost Blanket – .5 Ounces – 24… Related PostsokieTV: DIY Hydroponic Greenhouse Ep. 01 – Double Wall Insulation, Swamp Cooler, & Wiggle WireVertical Gardening: Installing The Lower Support WireD.I.Y. Indoor Wire Vertical Garden – D.I.Y. At BunningsGreen Roof Garden with Carpet Grass & Stainless Steel WireBlue Film : Latest Telugu Short Film 2015 : Standby TV (with English Subtitles)Garden Trellis welded wire fence Installation

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  • possums1010 2 years ago

    You are so smart! Thanks for sharing this!?

  • Tom Kane 2 years ago

    Hi, I’m building a hoop-house green house. I’ve been looking at coverings
    on line and all I see are the ‘poly’ coverings. Where do you get this
    fabric ? Is it suggested for a first – timer??

  • Kadui Saui 2 years ago

    This is an excellent video!!! Thank you for posting. I plan to use your
    great idea in my garden.?

  • Gardens and More 2 years ago

    This is already a popular idea for securing all sorts of greenhouse
    covering materials. Good show and tell. Wondering who was the first
    person to show this??

  • Frank Spano 2 years ago

    awesome idea…thank you?

  • getlonely95 2 years ago

    I’ve had that ripping problem for a while now, very innovative thinking. I
    used .75″ PEX piping (had some lying around, and about same price as pvc)
    to snap onto my .5″ schedule 40 pvc beams. The pex works great, better than
    pvc in my mind, for two reasons: 1) much more flexible, and can contour w/
    my arched support beams 2) really easy to cut and shape with scissors or
    sharp knife (it’s like butter and won’t splinter like pvc)

    Thanks for the great videos?

  • 76Patriot 2 years ago

    I have been looking for the thin-wall 3/4″ pvc everywhere since watching
    this video, but I can’t find it anywhere. Where did you get yours??

  • souks phommathep 2 years ago

    OMG, you are a genius. Great idea! Keep up with the videos! I couldn’t
    figure out how to find a cheaper method for over 2 years.?

  • 1too3fore 2 years ago

    what is the fabric you’re using? where do you buy it??

  • Alicia Miranda 2 years ago

    that’s genius! that’s going to work for my geodesic dome?

  • Carlyn Lundgren 2 years ago

    That is a very smart solution. Thank you for your hard work passed on to us

  • Rosalia63 2 years ago

    That’s exactly what I’m thinking about today! And you did it years ago!?

  • NaturallyMe329 2 years ago

    Is this airtight and would it work if I’m planning on having a double layer
    of poly with an inflater fan for insulation??

  • Strictly Mmj, Wa 2 years ago

    That’s awesome good job on that.?

  • EJ Tha Chiefa 2 years ago

    I was looking for something like this the other day! and luckly this was
    over on the recommeded vids, ive been subd for a couple months now tho.
    Thanks for the info and nice garden man!?

  • Mark Andrews 2 years ago

    Nicely done!?

  • stinkgrinder 2 years ago

    nice one?

  • She Ser 2 years ago


  • Tom T 2 years ago

    Do you think the PVC should be painted if used on poly plastic? Just
    subscribed, great collection of vids!?

  • Nantucketfog 2 years ago

    I used the same method. I got the idea from my PVC quilting frame. I added
    two handles to each of the nested PVC pipes so I could easily pull them
    out of the PVC attached to my vertical support.?

  • J Jilote 2 years ago

    How did you cut the long pvc pipe??

  • Suzanne Ramoundos 2 years ago


  • Matthew Sherman 2 years ago

    I’m going to do this on the new greenhouse I’m building. good idea bro!?

  • Willie 2 years ago

    LDS have you been able to find another source for the Greenhouse Fabric?
    The link below the video states the product is currently unavailable.


  • Richard Siegler 2 years ago

    Wonderful idea thank you?