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A word from one of our customers

"We recently had our sliding screen door rescreened and within a week our dog, Bella, had gone through the screen. We got the Pet Screen and have been so pleased. Even after numerous scratches at the screen by Bella , the screen still looks great and stays in place.

Angelo
Macomb Mi.




CLEANING PET SCREEN


To clean screens, first try vacuuming them while installed. An upholstery nozzle usually does the trick.
In some cases, airborne dirt cannot be removed simply by vacuuming. Then the screens must be taken off and washed. With luck, a hard spray from a garden hose will do the job (see image). In other cases, you'll need to scrub the screens. Do this with a stiff-bristled brush and a mild detergent solution, and finish by rinsing with the hose

Below are some suggestions from our customers

Use epoxy resin to glue an old piece of carpet to a block of wood to make a buffer. Make several and use one to buff shoes, another to wipe blackboards, and one to clean window screens.


Are your window screens screaming out for a good cleaning? Use a large, clean paintbrush to give them a good dusting. Then shake off the brush, dip it into a small dish of kerosene, and "paint" both sides of your screens. Dry off the mesh with a clean cloth



 

 

 

 

 

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