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Corrugated Tin Roof

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Hello,

 

I remember seeing somewhere on a model garage cardboard being used to simulate a corrugated tin roof.

 

The two sides of the cardboard were separated so the internal wavy section of the cardboard was exposed. This section was sprayed grey at it looked like tin.

 

Is there a way to separate the cardboard so you can get that internal wavy bit exposed? Every time I try it I end up with a ripped up pile of mess!

 

Thanks.

Andrew

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Probably easier by far to go to the craft shop (take your wife for protection if it helps you feel safe) and get some corrugated craft card, A packet of 5 - 10 sheets approximately A4 size might set you back between $2 and $5.

 

Two different sizes available.

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Computers. They'll never catch on.

 

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Tiny Tyers Targa - The build saga continues - Aging wood - A recipe for staining wood - Don't take a fence - Step by step paling fence - An old shed for my new cars - Wooden garage under construction

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Agreed with Embs...

And, if you get the gray ones, you can get away without painting it...

 

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Aaah, thanks heaps. I might just hide in the car and ask my wife to run in....

 

Shadow_Rusty your structure looks real good, and Ember yours is unbelievable!

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