I saw a technique that took butcher paper, dunked it is a solution of wallpaper paste that had been watered down and randomly pasting them up.
They are ripped randomly as well. The finished product looks like leather.
It can be done with other paper as well.
It's decorative, not structural.. so maybe some 1/4" strips of wood every 3-4' might be in order.
Originally Posted by solleks
I am not going to removed the sheet metal inner skin. I have the type of ceiling that has the little holes. I would love to fill these holes or cover them because i'm not interested in breathing the fiberglass rain.
I am going to cover the ceiling with 1/4 ply but it will cost me about 150$. Anyone have any better ideas to fill or cover these holes easily or on the cheap?