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Breather Mesh Alternatives

08/13/2012


From original questioner:

I'm about to vacuum bag a curved table base and realize I don't have any breather mesh to even out the pressure on the veneer. Is there something I can purchase from my local fabric shop that would work like the "official" plastic fabric breather mesh that I can order online? I need to do this soon and can't wait to for mail order. Thanks!

From contributor Jo


Burlap makes an excellent breather. Try 2 layers. Inexpensive and washable to reuse it if it gets dirty

From contributor Da


What about fiberglass window screen.

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