Seth Marshall wrote:
Does anyone have a super easy method of getting the tape off it? I hate the idea of spreading tiny bits of plastic everywhere if I were to chip it up, but perhaps it’s not that bad and easy to remove.
In the past I’ve cut off the portions covered in tape but it’s time consuming. I’m sure some here just let it compost and then pull the intact tape off. But I’m afraid chipping it would create tiny pieces.
Marco Banks wrote:
How do you get the tape off? 8 months from now, you run a hay-fork through the crumbling remains of your cardboard lasagna and rake those intact tape pieces out.
What about toxic gick that may be on the cardboard? Research has shown the tremendous toxic remediation qualities of fungi. Let the fungi eat it all up, if there are nasty things in or on the cardboard.
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