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I used thin plywood from Home Depot to make an addition on my house. Then I glued on the siding sheets that were about 3 1/2 in. wide. The dollhouse is made of milled MDF. I found MDF difficult to cut and very heavy. I am also having a problem tape wiring the main section of the house. It is hard to get the little brads in MDF.

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i think you might be able to buy wall sections from realgoodtoys if you contact them. i remember someone saying here that they wanted to put an addition on their house and they ordered whaveter parts they wanted to make it themselves.

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Sorry, wasn't specific enough - it doesn't have to be MDF specifically, just premilled wood. Milled plywood would be fine.

I was just wondering if there was a convenient local hardware/craft store type source that I didn't know about that carried milled boards. I suppose I could order from rgt, but can't even imagine what it would cost. If I were a real expert at this I would consider it, but I'm definitely a rookie!

For now I'll just stick with my local hardware plywood and those nice affordable siding strips from Greenleaf.com!!

Thanks

Wendy

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For now I'll just stick with my local hardware plywood and those nice affordable siding strips from Greenleaf.com!!

Sounds like the best and easiest way to go. I have never seen milled plywood or MDF for sale. It is interesting the Real Good Toys people might sell just MDF or plywood for miniature scratch-built projects.

:whistle:

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