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Garage Drop Ceiling

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This is kind of like the "Endless hallways" ceiling discussion thread.

I have built a drop ceiling frame (see link) and now pondering on how to cover it.

I have a roll of 20"x100" Black Plastic (easier to store but I bet it sags), I have a black 10x20ft EZ Pop Up Canopy Top Replacement (it's complicated), but also have my eye on Home Depot 10-Pack 4'x8' Corrugated Plastic Sheet for $140 (less sag but takes more storage space and have to paint it because the other colors are 2 times more expensive.).

Any one have any experience with the Home Depot Corrugated Plastic Sheets or have any other ideas?

I expect Kindo to recommend foam, bfjou812 to "make" me buy a new tool, and J-Man to suggest something that involves an oscilloscope :)

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FOAM! USE FOAM!! lol! ;)

never seen that corrugated plastic sheet before. i know they never had it in store when i worked there. Looks like it would be a nice light weight way to go about it. However, the black plastic could work really well because of its size. its 10 x 20? if tight enough it probably wouldn't sag to much. And you could roll it up for next year. the plastic sheets are nice but as you say storage and you would have to attach each one. i would try the black plastic first then if it doesn't work out roll it back up and use it for something else no harm no foul. that canopy top is nice to because its the same size all ready as long as it flattens out. and its black. I would recommend a black tarp but there hard to find in black at least they were last year. i had to get a dark green one for my walk in. it works because you cant tell its green at night. Ill keep my thinking cap on and see if it comes up with anything else.
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