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Phifer Charcoal Aluminum Screen Repair Kit


Charcoal Aluminum Screen Repair Kit

  • Durable, strong, long lasting insect screen
  • Excellent outward visibility and curb appeal
  • For use in repairing torn or ripped screens

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Product Overview

Phifer Charcoal Aluminum insect screen is a precision woven and uniform coated screen. Durable and weather resistant, this screen is ideal for all your window, door and porch applications. The consistent finish enhances curb appeal.

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  • Great outward visibility
  • Great outward visibility
  • Great air ventilation and insect protection
  • Will not sag or rust
  • Charcoal finish reduces glare
  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Screen Selection Guide

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Charcoal Aluminum Screen Repair Kit is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't repair the screen I was mowing the lawn and my mower kicked a rock. The screen was punctured and the window was broken. After repairing the window, I was left with a hole in the screen. I went to home depot looking for a screen repair kit and this was the only repair kit I found. The hooks to hold the replacement screen on don't hold at all. I wish they had the screen repair from Shark Tank that uses wax to hold it on.
Date published: 2014-05-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Keeps falling off screen -- completely useless I made the mistake of purchasing these screen repair patches to cover over a small tear in my window screen. It has small hooks that are supposed to attach to the existing screen but they don't. I worked with them to try to attach each hook individually (there are many -- maybe 50) and the patch fell off within 5 minutes. Completely useless. Fortunately, Home Depot had ScreenMend when I went back to find an alternative. I recommend it much more highly than this one.
Date published: 2015-09-13
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