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    sign vinyl suitable for coffin wrapping for cremation

    Does any one know what vinyl is suitable for wrapping a coffin ? I am getting so many restrictions from the crematorium and there are places that do layered vinyl wrapped coffins so something must be suitable. I need a bright orange Dukes of Hazzard colour

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    most coffins are vinyl covered mdf of chipboard.
    Can you not just use any vinyl?
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    I'd imagine the crematorium is concerned with the fumes released when the vinyl burns, but surely this is no more dangerous than the formaldehyde in MDF?


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    Perhaps if they are restricting a use of vinyl - you could spray paint it with a waterbased paint.
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