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Heat Resistant Fabric Source

I am looking for a source of heat resistant fabric to build a cloth "sock" for some sidepipes.

Something like Nomex or Aramid cloth. The only sources I can find are commercial suppliers for large lots.

Jeff
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I am looking for a source of heat resistant fabric to build a cloth "sock" for some sidepipes.

Something like Nomex or Aramid cloth. The only sources I can find are commercial suppliers for large lots.

Jeff
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Ayuh,.. Search up some of the Fiberglass Suppliers,...

I believe Defender Industries carries the stuff,+ they'll sell ya 1yd. or a 1000...
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Thanks guys. I will check them both out.
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Nomex is the brand name, made by DuPont.

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