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@sanderson wrote:Lowes? I was kind of serious about getting a couple clean toes with lids for your vehicle. Last summer I kept a roll of garbage bags in the car in case I ran across something compostable. You know, that banana peel someone in front of you throws out the window? Now that I have a brand new car, I plan on buying 2 totes and a roll of 33 gallon tough garbage bags for the trunk. Even if its just a 6-pack of flowers, it will keep the car clean.
A little garden humor:
A number of years ago at Lowes, I picked up a 6 x6 foot plastic cover on one side and soft material on the other.
It fold very nicely, and cleans up beautifully. I use it in the back of my (wife's) Toyota (venza wagon).
We can place plants, dripping stuff, etc on the plastic side and it will clean up.
The 6 x6 size is a perfect size for auto's.
I also completely coat the vehicle with mucho covers before hauling horse manure, etc.
This auto is all we have so I need to make do, I just try to do things like this when she's out playing cards somewhere...
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