building with celotex


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Old 04-18-14, 03:39 PM
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building with celotex

I am a backyard tinker and inventer, so don't ask me what I'm trying to build, I'm not done inventing it yet Question- What is the best way to make a box out of celotex? It doesn't have to be water/air tight, but weather resistant would be great. It wouldn't take a lot of abuse or hold stuff up. I'm thinking a box about a foot or two square. I've got ideas such as using dry wall nails, Titebond III glue.
 
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Welcome to the forums! Celotex ceiling panels??? Or celotex insiulation panels?
 
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Also how strong does it need to be? may need some type of framework. I doubt nailing celotex to celotex will work, maybe glue and tape if it doesn't need to be very stout.
 
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Old 04-19-14, 09:31 AM
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The exact type of Celotex I was wondering about is Blue Ridge Fiberboard.
 
 

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