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Spline Roller with Wooden Handle

  • Ideal for installing aluminum and fiberglass screening
  • Concave and convex ends to fit the spline securely
  • Ergonomic handle design for a comfortable grip
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Great for do-it-yourself projects this Spline Roller with Wooden Handle installs both aluminum and fiberglass screening. One end is concaved to start the spline into the groove of the frame while the other is convex to set the spline more deeply. Sturdy construction for multiple do-it-youself screen projects.
  • Installs fiberglass and aluminum screening
  • Convex and concave ends
  • Easy-grip handle
  • Perfect for do-it-yourself screen projects
  • Screen Selection Guide


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Poor design
Can you tell the difference between the grooved/concave wheel and the round/convex wheel in these picture of the spline tool I bought at Home Depot? Made the job very difficult!
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    Purchased this tool to assist in as replacing some of...
    Purchased this tool to assist in as replacing some of our well used sun screens. Product was an excellent tool for the job. Highly recommend.
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      Chinese garbage
      First, let me suggest that if you are planing on making your own custom screens, are not a window screen professional, and possess even a modicum of aspirations of perfection DO NOT MAKE YOUR OWN SCREENS. This rabbit hole will imevitably end in frustration and a negative marginal benefit even if you value your work time at $0/hr. But If you, like me, are a stubborn fool, DO NOT BUY THIS CRAPPY TOOL. It’s meant to have a concave wheel and a convex one. In reality they are both neither, and are both garbage. This tool is (mis) designed to cause you to tear your screen inside the groove on the first pass, and to rip the Main part of your screen, on the second pass, as it slips inevitably from the groove to the screen. I wish I had never undertaken this task. And I’ve built an entire house including framing, electrical, low-voltage and finish carpentry
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        It doesn't work at all I didn't meet my expectations...
        It doesn't work at all I didn't meet my expectations thanks
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