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Old 07-21-2008, 06:23 AM
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Default Re: Igloo insulation options

Just added another layer of insulation. That makes 2" on the sides and about 5 on top. I also got around to making a temporary door. The front is just a piece of birch plywood with a handle. The middle is a 2" piece of insulation board wrapped in foil. The back is a piece of stucco lathe to hold in the insulation. Seems to work quite well.
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