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« on: September 28, 2004 03:08:07 PM »

Does anyone know where I can get 100% or close to 100% wool felt in Canada? I'm having a really hard time finding some and internet searches aren't working for me. thanks.
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2004 09:17:48 AM »

I'm bumping this up.  I'm also looking for industrial felt.  Everything I've found so far seems to be wholesale only.

Maybe I need to look outside of the box.  I know that industrial felt is sometimes used under carpets, and blankets of industrial felt are used for moving.

Does anyone know if you can get it at hardware stores or carpet stores?

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« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2004 10:02:45 AM »

Can you please post the wholesale links???Thanks

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« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2004 04:52:42 PM »

Here is one price quote from thefeltpeople.com

They aren't necessarily wholesale, but do have a 75.00 minium p.o.


Thank you for your interest in Central Shippee, The FELT People..
For 75 years, we have supplied quality Wool FELT and Synthetic washable
FELT in colors.
We look forward to helping meet your needs or solving a problem.

We carry Industrial Pad FELT 72" wide. The color is mottled grey.
                                1/8" thick for $14.75 yard
                                1/4" thick for $21.95 yard
                                1/2" thick for $33.75 yard
                                  1"  thick for $57.00 yard

We also make a soft White Polyester FELT called Cushionair, and comes
36" wide. It is specifically designed as a protective packaging material
for the exhibit industry.
                                1/8" thick for $3.15 yard and it also
comes with an adhesive backing for $6.65 yard
                                1/4" thick for $5.95 yard and it also
comes with an adhesive backing for $9.45 yard
We also sell Cushionair in ribbon form, by the inch width. 1" up to 36"wide.
                                1/8" thick, 100ft rolls, for $4.75 per
inch width, or with adhesive backing for $8.00 per inch width.
                                1/4" thick, 50 ft rolls,  for $4.75 per
inch width, or with adhesive backing for $7.50 per inch width.

For thicker FELT in colors we offer our NEW DURATHICK , 54" wide, in an
18 oz. and 24 oz. weights.
              (approximately 1/8" and 3/16" thick) in 5 colors - Black,
white, Red, Brown and Billiard..
                                      18 oz - Medium - By the yard $5.50
for cuts and $4.75 per yard in 25 yard bolts.
                                      24 oz - Heavy   -  By the yard
$6.50 for cuts and $5.75 per yard in 25 yard bolts.

Please call or email if you would like a sample or have any questions.

Regards -

Ann Jones
Central Shippee

PS: we have a $75 minimum order.
« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2004 07:10:15 PM »

I found a solution to my industrial felt project problem:

Moving blankets are made of industrial felt.  It is a slightly lower grade felt than the felts used in industry (which are often made with a specific purpose) but the colours and thicknesses are the same.  I found a supplier that sells by the blanket:  72" by 54" 6.77 per blanket.  You can also by a dozen at a time, and the price is lower.

« Reply #5 on: January 02, 2009 09:19:04 PM »

I'd like to bump this thread up. I clicked on that link (yes I realize this post is from 2004!!) and the felt pads there are "permanantly out of stock"
The cheapest I have found industrial wool felt online is $75/yd. anyone found something better?
« Reply #6 on: August 31, 2009 02:20:04 AM »

industrial would denote something high tech/synthetic no?

not wool...? which is what i'm looking for
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