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Re:Lighting Reflectors

David Casazza wrote
>Try $3 for 4' by 6' reflective plastic at the local army/navy or camping
>supply.  Thats how much the basic "emergency reflective blanket" costs.

While it is true that you can find cheaper sources of reflective
material a covering material like Monokote has the advantage of being
very easy to apply. It has a heat activated adhesive on one side so you
can just iron it on.  Apply a little more heat and it will shrink to
remove wrinkles.

The biggest advantage, however, is that it will form a moisture proof
barrier to protect you wood light hood.