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Xavier2k20 
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I gonna do my first fiberglass box. And i've tried before but could not get the materials needed from stores. where should i go for the wood, the fiberglass matt.
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The Home Depot. They even have the tools you'll need. Don't forget to get a respirator!
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Yep, Home Depot will have evrything. If you do not have a big car, you can get the pre cut 4x4 sheets. In my area the 3/4" 4x4 sheet is around $7. In the paint department they will carry the Bondo fiberglass resin $20 gallon and Mat $6 pack.
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I want to be the 4th person to give the same answer.  HD!
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Diddo, but I will add that Lowes has MDF as well.
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<sarcasm> what about home depot? i heard one time that they sell MDF (in 4x4 sheets as well!) and also resin. </sarcasm>
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Just a heads up guys, in my area, neither Lowes nor Home Depot carry MDF. I did find out where the local shop gets theirs from though and I go there.
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Well dude your missing out! Home Depot chicks are hot! Something about the orange aprons I think.
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5150azn wrote:
Well dude your missing out! Home Depot chicks are hot! Something about the orange aprons I think.

The main reason I shop at HD! where to get mdf wood -- posted image. 

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It varies for location to location but here in florida we pay the highest price for anything that resembels "plywood" Last time I checked homedepot was $24 a sheet 3/4 MDF and lowes was $45 a sheet but theres was coated on one side with somthing smooth.
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