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    Default LF: A piece of Lino about 48"L X 24"W

    Already found a peice

    Thanks for all that helped.
    Last edited by 95EG6P; 09-13-2009 at 06:02 PM.
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    Go dumpster diving wherever there's new houses being built. You can also try going to most flooring stores to see if they have any scraps.

    Calgary is so much like an iphone: iCalgary - There's a bylaw for that.

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    End of the Roll. They often have little scraps, priced depending on the size for a few bucks. There is one on 32nd Ave NE.

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    Thanks all, I'm gonna check out some of these places
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    Got a leftover piece of lino from the construction of my house.

    Been sitting in my basement for 12+ years if that make any diff.


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    I got of peice of scrap.
    You could get a 19" x "58 peice off of it.. Or keep the original crazy shape

    Free:




    Im in Whitehorn, PM me if interested.

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