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Thread: Walmart vs Dollar General foamcore boards

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    Super Member Country1's Avatar
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    Thanks for the info. Might just go and try it myself!
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    The foam boards by Reddi? something from Dollar Tree are acid free and very easy to cut....

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    I use plastic corrgated boards that folks use as signs slid on those metal wire holders (that you push in the ground) I recycle the metal, but cut up the plastic corrugated board into 6 by 9 inch pieces. The price is right! And there seems to be a never-ending supply as folks use them as yard sale signs (they NEVER go back to pick them up after the sale is over)!

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    DebbieC. what about the written messaging on the plastic board...do you remove it?? does it come off easily if you do?

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    I have bought the ones at Wal-Mart now I will have to try the ones at the Dollar Tree and the other dollar stores.
    thanks for the info I am in the process of doing the same with my fabric and getting my sewing area up and running. Last year my husband passed away and now I have the whole basement to set up all my sewing crafts etc. The room he had down there, I am making into a guest room but I will still be able to store some of my fabric on the 4 book shelves he had. I am more than a little excited. It is a big basement that is completely finished complete with carpeting. Thanks again for the update on the foam core boards.
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