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24" x 24" X 1/2" Homasote Board

$12.95 USD
Item# 5176
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Product Features

  • Heat resistant work surface is perfect for cutting glass, assembling stained glass and soldering
  • Large size is versitile - measures 24" x 24" x 1/2"

Product Description

One surface for cutting, assembling, soldering and more!
Homasote Board in an essential for any stained glass studio. Made from pressed fiberboard, homasote is heat resistant and ideal for cutting, soldering and assembly of stained glass. Large size is perfect for creating panels. Use with Layout Blocks for perfect panels. When using it for assembly, works well with either push pins or horseshoe nails based on your preference. Board measures 24" x 24" x 1/2".

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