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    De-flocking?????



    I know we spend a lot of time around here answering questions about floculants, flocing and such..............just thought I'd share a pic on how to properly DE-flock a palm tree!

    This thing was about dragging the ground with 4 inches of wet snow on it.
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    Re: De-flocking?????

    I don't understand why you'd put a Palm Tree out in the snow Woody, don't you know they are Tropical?
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    Re: De-flocking?????

    Soooooooo....You gonna report me to the SPCPT........(palm trees)? If so , ya' might as well report me to the Flamingo people too!


    But don't my water look good!
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    Re: De-flocking?????

    I thought that deflocking was what birds did when they dispersed.

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    Re: De-flocking?????

    Why ain't you swimming Woody? lol
    I'd bet you my bikini you'll never get TFP water from a pool store!

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    Re: De-flocking?????

    Ms Casey.............I cordially invite your "Yankee Gal"" self to come on down and start an official Southern Chapter of the Polar Bear Club!

    Be sure and bring your..."Snow"-kini.
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    Re: De-flocking?????

    Your water does look great...like the liner too...mine is still frozen and under a winter cover till who knows when ..
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    Re: De-flocking?????

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyp View Post
    Ms Casey.............I cordially invite your "Yankee Gal"" self to come on down and start an official Southern Chapter of the Polar Bear Club!

    Be sure and bring your..."Snow"-kini.
    The locals do the Polar Bear Plunge each year...
    I'd bet you my bikini you'll never get TFP water from a pool store!

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