joeq wrote:Looks like that'll be me this winter Ray. Until I can fab up some shelter somewhere in the future. So the moisture isn't a problem for you?
It all sits on pallets and I don't have any problem with moisture. Even though it was all washed when it was bagged most of it is very dry when I go to use it. The bottom bags usually have some leftover moisture but if they do freeze in spots inside the bag they just come apart when dumping it into a bucket.
I never bought loose coal and have been doing it this way since the 70's. I think these plastic bags are the best. At one time I used to get them from a different supplier, in a 50 lb burlap type bag and they were very dusty and could easily collect water and freeze the whole bag. Those I had to cover real good.
I think you'll be fine with these bags.