Can be easily cut using standard utility knife for specific sizes
out of 170 reviews
98% recommend this product
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Feb 18, 2021
We purchased this product to place a backing on our lattice trash enclosure to remove the "see-th...
We purchased this product to place a backing on our lattice trash enclosure to remove the "see-through" element. As per our HOA, trash enclosures must be solid vinyl, so this was our "hack" to comply with the rules. We cut the plastic sheet to size and used liquid nails to adhere it to the inside of the lattice enclosure. It cut without difficulty using a common utility (box cutter) knife. The "new" trash enclosure is outside now, so we will soon find out if it will stand up to rain and wind. (Since we do not know how it will stand up to the elements at this moment, we gave it 4 stars at the time of this rating.)
Used this to make "blast shield" bottoms for rabbit cages...
Used this to make "blast shield" bottoms for rabbit cages to keep urine/hay inside the cages and off the floor. Very easy to clean and easy to work with!
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Jul 1, 2020
Works Great. Made a game board out of it. Getting...
Works Great. Made a game board out of it. Getting ready to order another one.
May 5, 2020
I Love this stuff...easy to manage and useful for so...
I Love this stuff...easy to manage and useful for so many things. I use it in my dog kennels as separator panels. It is difficult to cut straight lines unless you are using a table and table saw or something similar. I used a small, handheld rotary tool with a diamond cutter attachment. the panels are placed with temporary masking tape, and I use zip ties through a small hole in the panel to attach it securely to the pen wires. I only wish I could find this in varying thickness and colors, including clear plastic. Inexpensive and useful and I highly recommend it for the DIY builder!
Easy to cut and glue: I made a frame for casting a resin table. This material is lightweight and...
Easy to cut and glue: I made a frame for casting a resin table. This material is lightweight and cuts on a bandsaw, tablesaw, with good scissors or just a box-cutter. I used it to build a 3 inch-deep custom form for casting epoxy-resin around a walnut slab to make it into a beautiful table. The ridges in the wall of this coroplast are a necessary evil, created by the corrugated pattern. My simple solution was to line the form with 6mil plastic sheet (available at HD in the paint area). While this coroplast does release from resin, the 6mil poly sheet releases a lot easier, so that's a win-win.
I only rated this lower than 5 because two of the pieces that I received were pretty badly damage...
I only rated this lower than 5 because two of the pieces that I received were pretty badly damaged. I should not have had to pay 20 bucks each for sheeting in that state! And to be fair to HomeDepot, I did not have time to go ask them to make this right.
Worked great on concrete countertop. I poured a concrete countertop in place and cut this sheet t...
Worked great on concrete countertop. I poured a concrete countertop in place and cut this sheet to put between the wall and cement. I used painter's tape to secure it to the wall and caulked the gap between my mold and the sheet. After the top cured, I simply cut the exposed sheet with a utility knife and put trim over the gap.
This material was PERFECT for what I needed. Thin, durable but easy to cut.
My first time building c & c cage for my guinea pig. With a razor blade it was very easy to score. If you want to build a c & c cage too, then definitely use this product. It will make everything so much easier. It also fit in my VW beetle. I had my backseat down and slide it all the way to my front seat, so it was over my head when I was driving and could not see out of my rearview mirror, but I was able to close my trunk with out having to cut it down. Its bendy.