Cutting polygal?

A real estate neighbor is dumping a huge pile of polygal (single layer). Anyone try cutting any?

Is that the corrugated polypropylene stuff used for greenhouse walls?

Yes. It’s cool stuff, I’ve worked a bit with it before, but only used a table saw to cut it.

Same here… I built a little hot box for my parents using some I found at a greenhouse. I bet it cuts nice!

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I think it’s real popular for political signs, at least in the US, which are discarded after elections. Should be pretty easy to find after one

I think you’re thinking of coroplast. Same concept, just thinner. (And not clear, as far as I know, though it’s usually PVC so they could make it clear it they wanted.)