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  1. mcga
    April 13, 2017
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    Thanks 🙂 I'll be doing this in my garden in UK 🙂

  2. Jack Marshall
    April 14, 2017
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    Love it!! Thank you 😊

  3. phillman5
    April 21, 2017
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    Catherine,
    I've done exactly the samething but using a larger 'filter', something like 2'x6' and the holes were smaller and diamond shaped its what I had available, but then two people had to shake it. But either way this is a time consuming process. But does this really get the pine needles separated from the gravel?

  4. Leo Chav
    May 26, 2017
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    Catherine, I love this method. I have a lot of gravel around my house that needs to be cleaned from the buildup of soil and pine needles, so I'll be purchasing some hardware cloth at my local hardware store later today. 👍🏼

  5. Rachell Moore
    June 15, 2017
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    Awesome thank you

  6. Chris Dempsey
    July 23, 2017
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    Thank you! I've been trying to find a good way to remove all the weeds and dirt from my gravel.

  7. Green Timber
    January 11, 2018
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    Im a backyard soil enthusiast, and I am constantly looking for high quality, organic (carbon) material to add to my living soil. I am thoroughly entertained by your video because I use the same method, with one small adjustment; I find harvesting the "dirt leaves, and pine needles" and discarding the "gravel" material (which ends up in piles) has had a more profound impact on the health of my garden than the other way around. To each his own, I just wanted to put it out there if were going to take the time to separate the materials we might as well make sure we make the most of the experience, and repurpose the resources available to us. Having said that I think I could use some more road base in the driveway.

  8. Maida Dutcher
    January 22, 2018
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    i made it also. just used woodprix instructions. just click the pig on that website :)))

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