Fiberglass?

I don't know what fiberglass looks like.
So I'm guessing. Is it fiberglass?(see photo)
this cloth is from cheap school/travel bag.
 

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That is carbon fiber for layering
Not likely if it's from a tote bag.
A good place for fiber glass is where they sell stuff for repairing boats.
Not matt or roving, he needs batt insulation, or even panels.
Galu has shown it. Problem is that in West Bengal, fiberglass batt is not exactly a hot commodity, except maybe as appliance wraps?
Hence why I mentioned old textiles or what have you. Pressed fibre ceiling tiles will work, cardboard egg cartons etc.
 
Not likely if it's from a tote bag.

Not matt or roving, he needs batt insulation, or even panels.
Galu has shown it. Problem is that in West Bengal, fiberglass batt is not exactly a hot commodity, except maybe as appliance wraps?
Hence why I mentioned old textiles or what have you. Pressed fibre ceiling tiles will work, cardboard egg cartons etc.
Cal, it was just an inquiry. I had very little knowledge about fiberglass. Polyfill, cotton batting & other stuff very much available here.
Thnks for the inputs. Love you all.

Edit- i just want to make my enclosure bigger by stuffing.
 
One last question, how to attach fiberglass on mdf panel?
what type of glue/ adhesive i should use?
i have used these with mdf successfully--
DENDRITE :: Dendrite FABRIC GLUE
Fevicol SH Synthetic Resin Adhesive, 10 KG: Amazon.in: Home & Kitchen
Internal panels? Staples or large headed nails, or even netting stapled down. Soft fibreglass* batting doesn't lend itself to glueing very well.
* Interesting that an Indian uses the US spelling.

Roofing nails, UK style.
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