- To: domesteading at sculptors dot com
- Subject: Re: Corrulite
- From: "Cat" <cathrynm at mailexcite dot com>
- Date: Tue, 21 Jul 1998 05:53:27 -0700
- Organization: MailExcite (http://www.mailexcite.com:80)
> Corrulite is a corrugated plastic material. It has the same form as corrugated cardboard, but is made from HDPE (type 2) plastic, like milk jugs. You can see the official stuff from the US Corrulite Corporation at
>http://www.corrugatedplastic.com/ and you can see what we did with it this weekend at http://www.sculptors.com/~salsbury/Pics/Dome-Party/
> It's a very cool material.
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Thanks for the info. Okay, now I know what it is...
is it used mostly for like, greenhouse-style domes?
It doesn't sound as if it would work for homes, right?
Or, maybe clear (or milky-colored) ones could be used
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