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LEXAN

Model GE-100

Internet #202038067

Store SO SKU #409497

48 in. x 96 in. x 0.118 in. Clear Polycarbonate Sheet

Was  $167.00
$150.30 /each

Save $16.70 (10%)  through 08/31/2016

  • Virtually unbreakable
  • 10 year limited warranty against yellowing and breakage
  • Can be cut and sized without specialized tools

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LEXAN polycarbonate sheet, 48 in. x 96 in., is a perfect glass substitute. Polycarbonate sheet maintains glass-like clarity and is highly impact resistant and strong. LEXAN is approximately 250 times stronger than glass. It can be used for a variety of household projects, including replacement windows, garage windows, and storm doors. Other applications include security and vandal protection. Its protective UV coating and its insulating property also make it a reliable glass alternative. Polycarbonate is lightweight and cuts easily with common tools (not included), making it easy to work with during installation-a plastic cutting blade for a circular saw is recommended.

  • Polycarbonate sheet is break/shatter resistant
  • Clear sheet allows light to pass through and permits easy visibility
  • Coated for protection against harmful UV rays
  • Excellent insulating properties
  • Cuts easily with common tools (not included) so you can do it yourself - recommend an approved plastic cutting blade for circular saw
  • Lightweight sheet for easy-to-handle installation

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48 in. x 96 in. x 0.118 in. Clear Polycarbonate Sheet
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Insulaion properties

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Prescott,Az.
December 28, 2014
I have water condensation build up on the interior of my north facing windows. Instead of buying new windows, I was wondering if adding a polycarbonate sheet to the inside of the windows will help with the condensation and add an additional layer of insulation to the existing windows, keeping the cold air out? Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.
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October 18, 2015
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Absolutely works for me! I use lexan as a sort of interior storm window and seal them from the inside with rope calk for the winter months which eliminates interior moisture on the windows and adds insulating value.
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NOT to both. Sorry :( Obtain the version with the reflective coating on one side (which then changes it from Clear to Translucent), as well install with an airspace between glass and new sheet, along with NO air-leak between the two, and you will get some R-value added. If done from the outside AND it happens to then SEAL the air-leak you currently have, then the Condensation issue would be resolved too, Read More
NOT to both. Sorry :( Obtain the version with the reflective coating on one side (which then changes it from Clear to Translucent), as well install with an airspace between glass and new sheet, along with NO air-leak between the two, and you will get some R-value added. If done from the outside AND it happens to then SEAL the air-leak you currently have, then the Condensation issue would be resolved too, however this ASSUMES that installed this way does in fact SEAL off existing air-leak (if not, simply FIND and SEAL existing air-leak while you are at it and BOTH problems will be solved). Good Luck! Read Less
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December 30, 2014
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The additional sheet of LEXAN Polycarbonate will add an aditional layer of insulation but will not do much for the condensation. The condensation is more than likely due to a faulty seal to the exterior glass pane in your window.
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Can Lexan be used outdoors? On a table?

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January 24, 2016
Replacement for glass on outdoor dining table.
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February 8, 2016
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Yes, this can be used.
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January 25, 2016
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Yes, this material can be used outdoors for a table.
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Is the Lexan Sheet scratch resistent (i.e., model MR10)?

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July 14, 2015
Wanted to confirm whether the lexan sheet is scratch resistant for automotive use (I.e., model MR10)?

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July 17, 2015
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This product is not designed for use with vehicles, but it is scratch resistant against minor scratches.
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July 15, 2015
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Although we cannot recommend that LEXAN Polycarbonate Sheets be used in automotive applications, MR10 LEXAN Polycarbonate sheets are coated with a MAR resistant coating to help the sheet against minor scratches, paint, vandalism, etc…
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Is the optical quality of Lexan close enough to glass that visibility and appearance are nearly identical to glass?

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Our project is quite new, but so far, my answer is absolutely yes. Whether it'll yellow with time, I don't know, although it's touted as staying colorless, but right now it couldn't be clearer and it doesn't distort the view.
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February 17, 2015
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LEXAN branded polycarbonate sheet is the industry leader in quality and strength. It is as close to the optical clarity of glass sheet there is in the polycarbonate sheet industry.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Clear Lexan sheet Easy to cut with a circular saw but not with a scribeing blade May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent transaction Home Depot employees were very helpful and material was excellent for my purposes. I cut the lexan sheet with a jigsaw and had no problems. August 25, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by LEXAN sheet Lexan sheet was damaged through cardboard sheath covering in two locations during transit. One damaged spot was the size of a half dollar while the other was approximately dime sized. The blemishes were small enough that the product was kept due to urgent need. The sheet was also oversized by 1/4" - 1/2" which necessitated extra cuts (time) to meet desired dimensions. Product cut easily in straight line with hand cutter purchased at Home Depot. The ship to store option saved a ton over alternatives which included large fees to ship direct to destination. January 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to drill and cut We used four (4x8) sheets as part of a Kitty Kastle that we designed for our barn cats, and found them easy to cut and drill. This stuff is extremely flexible, so, as others have mentioned, it needs to be stabilized for cutting. We did the cutting on our outdoor deck on top of the cardboard in which the sheets were packaged, and, using 8' 2x4 boards beneath the poly, we put one board on either side of our cut-line, and another 4-5 boards next to it for us to kneel on without bending the sheet. Using a plastic cutting blade, it slid through the poly very well, however, it did cause it to weld to the film coating, which required us to use a pocket knife to shave off the resultant flange and release the film. Next time, we'll use a plastic blade that specifies that it doesn't melt the poly. The clarity of this stuff is like glass, and its strength is admirable. At one point, I accidentally stepped on the corner of the 4" overhang that we'd already screwed to the 2x2 wooden framework for the project's roof, and as my husband gasped in horror, I quickly stepped off and the nearly 90 degree bend snapped right back to straight with nary a crack or crease. We now plan to use these great sheets to add 4' of additional overhang to our existing 3' of overhang on our deck. July 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lexan Pricey But Worth It I used this rather than glass in some cabinet doors where I wanted less chance of breakage. It is clear and it is much lighter than glass. The doors turned out great. As for workability, the 4x8 sheet was cut very easily on the table saw with a plywood blade. I cut a 4x8 sheet of 1/8 inch hardboard sheet (across the 4 foot side) to the dimension of glass length needed and taped both pieces down on the saw table with double sided tape before cutting the Lexan sheet. This provided much needed support for the flimsy Lexan sheet and provided a smooth surface to slide the Lexan over. Worked out perfectly. NOTE OF CAUTION: I picked up my sheet from Home Depot and it was well wrapped and didn't show any sign of damage, but when I got it home and removed the cardboard there were a number of scratches running lengthwise in my sheet. So it was packaged that way. March 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very good product Very easy to cut, unlike regular plastic which cracks and chunks off. I used a fine tooth plywood blade in a power saw, didn't even have to sand the edge after the cut. Product was quite flexible with no indication of wanting to snap or crack, I managed 4X8 sheets by my self without a problem. One thing, it is heavy for being thin. October 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lexan roof for a pool changing room We needed an outdoor changing room and solar shower on our pool deck. The two 4x8 Lexan sheets fit the our needs perfectly as a water proof roof that lets the warmth of the sun in but also provides privacy. The shed is not finished in the photo but it shows better the construction methods. A store associate helped me locate the roofing screws with waterproof rubber washers and the correct silicon sealant to waterproof the edges. I am really happy with the results. Hint: The screw holes have to be predrilled slightly over size October 24, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Protection Plus The Lexan sheets were fully protected on both sides with a easily removable film. The material was easy to drill and mount with pop rivets. We used it to replace a yellowed plastic protecting our church sign. The improvement was dramatic and the lettering is completely protected from weather and vandals. October 13, 2014
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