[Greenbuilding] finally found some mesh/netting/fabric
9watts at gmail.com
Tue Dec 13 12:38:14 MST 2016
Yeah that is actually very much like what I have.
It is called BIBS (Blown In Blanket System).
So how would you propose gluing it?
1) apply glue to bank of studs with roller;
2) unfurl and staple precut section of mesh to studs?
Or something else?
On Tue, Dec 13, 2016 at 11:29 AM, mrgoodbeer at juno.com <mrgoodbeer at juno.com>
> Not sure what stuff you are referring to, but it brought to mind the idea
> of horticultural floating row cover or frost blanket. It comes in various
> weights and roll sizes. It should be easy to glue to studs and poke holes
> where you need to.
> ---------- Original Message ----------
> From: Reuben Deumling <9watts at gmail.com>
> To: Greenbuilding <greenbuilding at lists.bioenergylists.org>
> Subject: [Greenbuilding] finally found some mesh/netting/fabric
> Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2016 11:03:40 -0800
> to stretch over open stud bays before blowing cellulose into them. My
> question for the brain trust is how you keep this stuff snug up against the
> studs, so no cellulose can force itself between the mesh and the studs,
> which would interfere with subsequent attempts to hang drywall?
> On the stuff I used previously (I think it was recommended by someone
> here) the hole size was 1/4" square and I stapled it to the studs and then
> rolled glue up and down the stud faces *through* the holes. That method
> worked o.k. But this stuff is more like a hospital gown. I wonder if the
> glue would work its way through the tiny holes to adhere the stuff to the
> stud faces?
> I'm open to all suggestions.
> Mostly I'm looking forward to a lot less blowback with this stuff!
> *You Won't Believe What Producers Hid About Mary Ann*
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