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Old 11-05-2017
Skylar Skylar is offline
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Default How to replace screen in the screen door?

Sorry, guys- this may seem like a silly question. I am assuming that re-screening the door on our FC is pretty much like a household screen door?

I just didn't know if anyone who has done this before had any advice, tips, etc?

Thanks a bajillion!
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Old 11-05-2017
marknoelh marknoelh is offline
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I Re-screened mine recently. Take each panel off & install screen rather than the whole door. Mine went pretty easy even the sliding piece. Use aluminum screen. Don't kneel on the screen like I did.
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Old 11-05-2017
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I recently saw an FC at WOG that had been re-screened with the black nylon mesh instead of wire, it looked great. Sorry I can't remember now who it was.
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Old 11-06-2017
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Default Screen door

Originally Posted by birds_first View Post
I recently saw an FC at WOG that had been re-screened with the black nylon mesh instead of wire, it looked great. Sorry I can't remember now who it was.
It was mine. It's 90% solar screen. Took some doing but if you take your time and find the correct rubber it's great.
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Old 11-06-2017
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The best way is to take it off, carry it to a screen and weatherstrip place and let them do it. The cost will be minimal and not worth the hassle of doing it yourself.
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