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Professional Screening Roller Knife
  • Screen Tight
  • Model ROLLERKNIFE2
  • Internet #319030509
  • Store SO SKU #1007047361
Professional Screening Roller Knife
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Professional Screening Roller Knife

  • Helps to cut-off excess screen mesh
  • Features an ergonomic handle for precise operation
  • Retractable blade design provides added portability
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Product Details
  • Helps to cut-off excess screen mesh
  • Features an ergonomic handle for precise operation
  • Retractable blade design provides added portability
About This Product

This Screen Tight Professional Screening Roller Knife is designed for installing This Screen Tight porch screening system. The knife features an ergonomic handle and convenient built-in retractable blade for easy trimming of screen and spline.

  • Designed for Screen Tight screening system
  • Ergonomic handle
  • Retractable blade
  • Perfect for small or large projects
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Product ID #: 100058655Internet #: 731677100044Model #: ROLLERKNIFE

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Specifications

Product Width (in.): 2 in

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)2 in

Details

Color FamilyYellowReturnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyNone
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Questions & Answers

7Questions
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Q:Do you have a video on how to use this tool?
by|Sep 3, 2022
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A:  No specifically for the Rollerknife but this link in the Screen Tight system on the website shows this step. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Screen-Tight-1-1-2-in-Porch-Screening-System-Base-Strip-BASE18/100065822#overlay

by|Sep 6, 2022
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    Q:How do you use the knife part on the rollerknife
    by|May 18, 2021
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    A:  All I used it for was to pullout the exiting splines. Was not useful for cutting the screen material.

    by|Jul 9, 2021

      A:  after screen was installed, turn knife at slight angle and cut excess screening. (trim)

      by|Jun 10, 2021

        A:  Use it safe . Hold firmly next to the edges of the screen and cut . Crazy if you diy this tool Ouse to tool but does NOT use the cutter. It says use a Razor blade

        by|Aug 20, 2023
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        A:  Knife cuts off excess screen material

        by|Aug 27, 2021
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        Q:Does this spline roller tool work work with .240 round spline for screen doors?
        by|Apr 1, 2017
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        A:  Yes, just used it for that. Just be prepared to keep your spline tight so it doesn't roll to the side.

        by|Oct 2, 2019

          A:  It might since it didnt work with my .125.

          by|Mar 9, 2020

            A:  Yes, it will work. Sincerely, Screen Tight JV

            by|Mar 30, 2021
              1 found this answer helpful

              A:  I used it to roll .190 dia. spline and it worked great. I believe it will work on your .240 spline.

              by|Aug 13, 2019
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              Q:I am looking for a metal screen spline roller because I've had a bad experience with a plastic one, that I bought elsewhere, having its' roller basically disintegrate.
              by|Jun 11, 2016
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              A:  The roller head is a hardened plastic with a slight channel grooved/designed into it. Keep an eye on the screw holding the wheel from loosening up under constant pressure.

              by|Mar 30, 2021
              1 found this answer helpful

              A:  Roller Head is hard plastic with a groove. Keep an eye on the screw as you use it.

              by|May 4, 2023

              A:  No its vinyl with a very shallow channel (a dip really) to hold the spline in place. I thought it was pretty strong and expect to get all of my windows done with it, but don't forget you can return it if its defective.

              by|May 3, 2023
              1 found this answer helpful

              A:  It is plastic.

              by|May 5, 2023

              A:  No, it's plastic, which has the advantage that it won't cut the screen as easily while pushing it in the channel. I just did 5 screens with a plastic spline tool and it's just the same as when I got it. However, I was using fiberglass screen and not aluminum. If you're using aluminum screen I could see why you might want to use a metal spline tool because the metal screen might eat up the plastic wheel.

              by|May 4, 2023
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              Customer Reviews

              3.5 out of 5
              • 3.5 out of 32 reviews
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              Worked well in tandem with another roller
              Worked well with another roller, but as a primary roller the width did not work well with the spline we needed but was great tightening up after the spline was in
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              Absolute trash
              The blade is too wide for even .175 spine. I couldn't use this tool without ripping every screen in tried it on. Ended up in the garbage.
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                This tool does everything necessary to repair a pool enclosure screen.
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                Not worth it!
                When purchasing it, I was like this will be nice two tools in one. But the spine roller does not work well. It seems to be a little too wide. The knife with the hook on the end is great for cutting the screen. I would not purchase this again. I rather get the other roller with two on each end.
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                  Blade broke off immediately...
                  Blade broke off immediately
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                  I was a rolling a thicker spline than a normal...
                  I was a rolling a thicker spline than a normal screen and it also was vinyl I was working with but the wheel was just a hair too big for the job, wrong tool for the job but it is a strong product
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