Plastic cushion garden storage Box £26.66 @ Argos
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Plastic cushion garden storage Box £26.66 @ Argos

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Found 23rd Feb 2011Made hot 23rd Feb 2011
Garden storage box code 720/2038. Was £39.99 yesterday would add picture but 1st post

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whilst its quite a good storage solution and not bad for the money,i wouldnt recommend storing cushions in it,in fact,i'd be very careful as to what gets stored in it as all my cushions,parasol and kids garden table went mouldy lol

cant see from the pic,does it have a hole for a padlock?

Yes, mine has

custardy

cant see from the pic,does it have a hole for a padlock?

PLUS postage I assume? (Extra £5.95)
Edited by: "comicmankev" 23rd Feb 2011

yeah was going to get this til i saw it was £5.99 home delivery only

nice size recycling bin!

Wouldn't put anything material into this sort of thing though on the basis that plastic sweats (moisture) & allows lots of condensation in winter...
not good for cushions overwintering then?

Does it have any form of ventilation (bar the lid)??

MR GUS

nice size recycling bin!Wouldn't put anything material into this sort of … nice size recycling bin!Wouldn't put anything material into this sort of thing though on the basis that plastic sweats (moisture) & allows lots of condensation in winter...not good for cushions overwintering then?Does it have any form of ventilation (bar the lid)??



if its the same as mine,then the "handles" at the side are vented.

Thanks Trisham, is it rodent proof would you say?
I guess if there are vents then, keep out of heat & allow circulation round stored objects then.

Nice price but reviews are hit and miss esp re leaking. Eg

"If you are happy to keep your cushions in plastic bags then this is OK. My box leaked the first time it rained. It comes in through the horizontal join in the sides, each of which come in 2 parts which clip together. If the instructions had warned me I would have put some sealant between them before I pushed them together. Now it's probably too difficult to seperate them. However, as I have said if you're happy to use plastic bags then it's OK."

Original Poster

pick up from store. No del fee. Not to gard to carry and not heavy as long as you have a car or your arms be a bit longer on the walk home.

Nice bit of advice there Monaco Blue, most folk have a tube of silicone sealant around / within reach, good for a bit of weatherproofing, after all that's what it's all about.
You've now got me thinking that maybe I can stick both my worm composters in this & insulate it against the hot / wet & cold weather, save the little so & so's from drowning.
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