Originally Posted by Myrok Rolles
I came across that stuff but it looks awfully transparent... practically see-through when stretched it seems in the pictures, is that how it is in real life?
I don't really want to be able to see the big ugly Owens Corning or Rockwool panels...
Yes, that fabric is on the thinner side. But any stretch fabric does have some kind of transparency. It helps to stretch the fabric just very little, enough to give it a tad of tension. The way I mounted my covers, you don't see the fiber panels/kraft paper. But the metal bars that hold my fiber panels in place, reflect the light that comes through the fabric. Eventually I do need to paint these bars black.
Keep in mind, that photographing with flash light, lets the fabric appear more transparent than it actually is. You cannot judge by photographs only. To be sure, get a sample of the fabric, and try it if it works for you. It may be better to find a local store instead of mail ordering it.