[nafex] voles, screen, and rubber cement

Ginda Fisher ginda at concentric.net
Tue Nov 6 21:56:50 EST 2001


Our local glass shop also re-screens windows.  After I convinced them 
that I really wanted the old screen, and not the frames, they were 
thrilled to give me as much screen as I wanted.  They cut out old metal 
screens from doors (to put in new screen) all the time - especially in 
the spring, when people pull their screen doors out the the basement and 
notice the hole the dog put in it.

Ginda

On Tuesday, November 6, 2001, at 01:45 PM, del stubbs wrote:

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>> Del;
>>
>> Do you use fiberglass screen or just metal window screen?  My
>> hardware stores seem to have only the fiberglass   variety.
>> --
>> Hank Parker
>
> Hank, the hardware store throws out about 2 to 1 plastic to metal of 
> used
> screen , but the metal screen i got from one summers collection  totaled
> about 250 lineal feet.... at one dollar a foot (for 3 ' wide) I saved 
> about
> $250!
> However, I'd sure use fiberglass screen if thats all I could get,Mn.Del
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