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Old February 7th, 2010, 08:00 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Dean Sensui View Post
I recently used some black weed block that I happened to have in the storage shed. Doubled it up so that it's a little more opaque.

It killed the hard sunlight that would have hit the subject directly. It's not dense enough to black out a room. But it's certainly more than enough to stop direct sunlight.
AFAIK mulching film comes in two or more thicknesses. The thicker variety is almost 100% opaque.
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