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Okay Haunters,

So I was looking for the cheapest way to get chains for my haunt, and I think I did pretty well.

(1) Go to your local Home Depot-esch store and find 1" foam pipe insulation. This comes in black and silver normally. I'd suggest silver (it looks better). It will be about 6' long and is priced around $1.99

(2) Take a bread knife and cut section of about 1/4" in width.

(3) Then link them together using hot glue. (You'll get the hang of this and how to make it efficient once you get going).

1 foam tube results in roughly 20' of chain.

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Okay Haunters,

So I was looking for the cheapest way to get chains for my haunt, and I think I did pretty well.

(1) Go to your local Home Depot-esch store and find 1" foam pipe insulation. This comes in black and silver normally. I'd suggest silver (it looks better). It will be about 6' long and is priced around $1.99

(2) Take a bread knife and cut section of about 1/4" in width.

(3) Then link them together using hot glue. (You'll get the hang of this and how to make it efficient once you get going).

1 foam tube results in roughly 20" of chain.

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Do you mean 1 tube is 20 ' feet ?

But great idea thanks
 

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Fast, cheap, and easily repairable I like the idea.

As hallowFear said. Did you mean 1 tube is 20 feet?

I would assume so.
 

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Thanks a bunch Haunt On A Dime!
I'm always after cheap ways to add to my props; like Dead Ed, ones I can do in front of the tv make me happy!

Cheers, Chilliboo ;)
 
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