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Thread: Building a Haunt in a 10,000 Sq Ft tent

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  1. Default Building a Haunt in a 10,000 Sq Ft tent 
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    Mar 2007
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    Oklahoma
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    So I have been asked by the Local Kiwianis if I would build there scarezone next year 2018. I have to get everything out of dontaions. My question to you all is if im not able to get ply wood to build my walls. What is the next best cheapest thing to use for the walls?
     

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    Drywall but it won't last. Plywood is the way to go.
     

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    We used drywall our first year. By seasons end all of that drywall had holes in it. We talked to our officials and they agreed to treated lumber. Brad
     

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    May 2018
    Location
    Boston MA
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    If you can find someplace willing to give you wooden pallets, those work pretty well as walls as long as you cover them with something.
    Badger J. Antoniou
    SMFA @ Tufts Boston
    230 Fenway
    Boston, MA
    02115
     

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    for years i built walls out of 2x2 and covered in heavy plastic. it does take damage but bis easy to patch. and light weight.
     

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