Polarizing Filter for Studio Light/Flash Units

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Sailor Blue
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Re: Polarizing Filter for Studio Light/Flash Units

Instead of cardboard you might try generic Coroplast, which is basically plastic cardboard.  The generic is dirt cheap, available in many colors including black, and for sale in most art supply stores, office supply stores, and school supply stores.

Cardboard may be a bit more heat resistant but plastic cardboard is stronger.

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