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Screens #7630825 10/12/19 06:21 PM
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I’m trying to figure out screen for my blind windows. They hinge up inside. Aluminum frame so magnets won’t work. I’d prefer if that were solid all the way around to combat wasp. I was thinking of adding small magnetic strips around the interior window frame, don’t want Velcro.

Just want to be able to drop a couple of windows for air flow but keep the bugs out.


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Re: Screens [Re: BigPig] #7631378 10/13/19 03:26 PM
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Got a pic of what you're working with? I have deerview windows that hinge up from inside, only way I can visualize this would be build frames, on a vertical slide on the outside? Open inside windows, screens are up on the outside, remove a pin that goes through wall, and let screen slide down.


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I made my screens using see thru fabric and universal screen frame kits that I cut to size. You will probably need to attach some metal strips around your window frames on the blind and use magnetic strips on the screen frames.

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The right window has a screen on it,the left doesn't.

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