Why not just cut the branch that is rubbing? * Archived Message
Posted by harb on February 3, 2020, 17:26:33, in reply to "Ish I have a yard / engineering project for you. I have a tree that's rubbing against my wood fence"
that makes a repetitive loud squeaking sound when it's windy outside.
I'm 90% sure the source of the noise is the tree / bark of the tree, and not the fence, if that matters.
I'm trying to think of a way i could put a pad, and/or some kind of slippery surface between them? If you google "slippery pad" you get exactly the opposite- pads designed to grip / make things NOT slippery.
What am I not thinking of here? I actually thought of just tying a silk handkerchief around the tree and the fence piece- i think that would get me most of the way there.
- Ish I have a yard / engineering project for you. I have a tree that's rubbing against my wood fence - meanjeans February 3, 2020, 17:12:21
- I would love to have my wood rubbed* - timmer February 4, 2020, 13:57:38
- i advise against rubbing your tree on another's wood* - torinese February 4, 2020, 13:01:38
- fine. I'll solve it for you - bbonb February 4, 2020, 11:41:26
- two words - biclops February 4, 2020, 11:25:10
- You could potentially try and tie it down with a stake and some straps. - DoucheLaloosh February 4, 2020, 11:22:12
- Why not just cut the branch that is rubbing? * - harb February 3, 2020, 17:26:33