I also got two PRR dvds today that will be played on the tv while I'm down there... Can't wait to watch them!
Ha, I had to do this with my highlander as well! I was in the Lowes parking lot with a straight edge and a box cutter! People thought I was nuts, haha!!Ended up being short on the insulation board and I will say a 4x8 sheet fits much better in the bed of a truck compared to a sedan. Ended up cutting it down to fit in the back seat... It was easier to bring down into the basement in smaller pieces!!!
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I used a cordless sawzall which actually works really well at cutting the insulation. I used it to make all the cuts today and it worked out way better than the hand cutting I did the first time on the previous sections...Ha, I had to do this with my highlander as well! I was in the Lowes parking lot with a straight edge and a box cutter! People thought I was nuts, haha!!
That's a great idea! I just might steal it. 😁I ended up just taping it with some painters tape and I have to say it made the layout look amazing!!! I can't wait to put up the facia boards and permanently mount the fabric... I will probably get another roll just to darken it up a little bit more but for $50 plus I think another $20 for some velcro and a few curtain rods for around the squared work bench/yard extension I think it was pretty cheap...
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I can't take credit someone else suggested that in either this thread or in another thread I started... It looks really nice and I showed a buddy who has a large B&M layout a picture and he might swap out. He said he uses cheap dollar tree black curtains that are always ripping!That's a great idea! I just might steal it. 😁