What is a good material that’s decently priced to line homemade tables with? Panda film tears to easy. I was thinking rubber roofing but it’s a bit expensive. I’m running coco drain to waste and need to build some custom lowest to the ground possible tables. I was also considering building my own RDWC so they can be right on the floor but I’ve never ran that style and I’m scared to screw up an already good system lol.
you could use pond liner but for cleaning and sanitation grow trays usually recommended
you can use slightly angled metal roofing into a gutter that runs off to your drain
Yeah that’s not bad for those tables. I suppose by the time I build them I wouldn’t be saving much. I’ll have to see if my local shop can get them in at a similar price. It’s in my farmer DNA to try to save a buck though
Washing machine or hot water drain pans. Plastic ribbed roofing material and 2x4 frames
X2 on panda liner. I would have done my floors in that vs panda (10 layers now) over 4x wrapped 6ml contractors plastic 4x8 plywood floors.
I wonder how the uv rating is?
And food luck getting 4x8 flood tables to your spot inconspicuously.
They are free occasionally on CL.
I just use clear vapour barrier. I’d assume it probably has the same durability as panda, but I’ve never ripped it. I grow primarily in rockwool though and sometimes pots of promix. As long as you don’t drag the 20L of nutes across it, it will last a very long time.
Been there. It’s impossible
If you end up going the rdwc route, I can help