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Hi helpful Halloween'ers. I'm looking for some advice on "beef netting" for my spider themed front yard haunt this year...

I'm trying to find a local Australian source since shipping from the US is so expensive but I'm not sure the stuff I'm finding is the same stuff I've seen used so well on this forum.

Everyone recommends Trenton Mills but they don't have product photos. Can someone with experience tell me if the linked item below is the same stuff? It seems wrong to me but it's so hard to tell!

http://www.butcherathome.com.au/store/roast-micro-netting-red-48-200-50m-roll.html

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Cheers,
Ed
 

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No, that's not the type of netting you're looking for.
My wife bought some for our haunt at a local place called "Sportsman's Warehouse".
There may me an equivalent in Australia. It's a sporting goods place that also sells meat smokers, beef jerky supplies, sausage making supplies, etc.
She bought a smaller package than this:
beefnettingroll.jpg
...but the picture above is what Trenton Mills sells. Definitely a tighter weave than what your picture shows.

You've probably already seen it, but here's a good website of a haunt that uses the beef netting:
http://www.howtohauntyourhouse.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=111:invasion-of-the-giant-spiders-2013&catid=78:webpages
 

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:)Abunai is right, the Trenton Mills has a tighter weave and is very stretchy! The stuff you posted looks interesting though. Looks like it may be good for corpsing something with latex....the texture would be awesome.:D
 

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Yep RCIAG, definitely not made of beef! :)

I've tried a couple local butchers here and they don't have any clue what it is or where I might get it.

Looks like another example of a product only available in the US... so frustrating! Stretchy fake spider webs again for me this year.

Thanks again for the help.
 

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Hi helpful Halloween'ers. I'm looking for some advice on "beef netting" for my spider themed front yard haunt this year...

I'm trying to find a local Australian source since shipping from the US is so expensive but I'm not sure the stuff I'm finding is the same stuff I've seen used so well on this forum.

Everyone recommends Trenton Mills but they don't have product photos. Can someone with experience tell me if the linked item below is the same stuff? It seems wrong to me but it's so hard to tell!

http://www.butcherathome.com.au/store/roast-micro-netting-red-48-200-50m-roll.html

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Cheers,
Ed
I just went to super butcher and asked them. They sold me a 30m roll for $58
 
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