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Old 02-12-2009, 05:00 PM
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Talked with Pioneer, they say they sell a lot of the 50# dry liners. We're not doing the prep, just the actual lining before game time, so watering is out, plus not all the fields are irrigated. I do enough field lining to know that paint doesn't stick to clay unless it is completely saturated. Cost is $400/ea on the dry liners. I can pick up material for $5.50/50#.

Now its just a waiting game to hear back from the school to find out if we got the job or not.
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