Can replace glass in garage door windows, storm windows and more
Use for craft projects, shelf lining or window boxes
Made from lightweight and impact-resistant acrylic
out of 157 reviews
85% recommend this product
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May 3, 2021
I cut this acrylic in half keeping the 32 inch length. Then I affixed it to the bottom both sides...
I cut this acrylic in half keeping the 32 inch length. Then I affixed it to the bottom both sides of our sliding screen door with screen clips to protect the screen from our dog scratching and busting through, an idea I hope someone can use.
My description of this product is based on the fact that it is what I received when I purchased i...
My description of this product is based on the fact that it is what I received when I purchased it off the shelf at my local Home Depot in Orlando. It was not in a package. It only had a thin protective film on the Acrylic Sheet.
I used the OPTIX 20 in. x 32 in. x 0.093 in. Acrylic Sheet to protect a small wooden table that had been hand painted with a picture on top. I cut the sheet with a fine tooth blade on my table saw. The cut went smoothly with no problem. My table saw surface was clean with no rough edges.
The main problem I encountered was with the protective film. The film was very thin and had allowed some minor scratches that were present when I purchased the product. It was also very tedious and time consuming to peal off the film when the cutting was complete.
Aquired 1970's China Hutch at garage sale for $50. Needed cleaning, knobs replaced $25, and update door inserts to the 21st century. Decided to not get glass due to having a very active 6yr old. Amazing transformation, I believe I have a new family heirloom for generations to come. Had to cut to fit, make sure to have an extremely sharp razor cutting tool and an extra pair of hands to help stabilize while you cut, and be patient, dont rush the cutting. Took messing up first one to learn the above and below. Had bought a big enough piece to have room for boo boos. Suggest you do the same.
Tule finish is very reflective, and the quality isn’t that...
Tule finish is very reflective, and the quality isn’t that bad for porcelain. The main issue is during grouting. The sides of the tile reveal the dark porcelain clay color and doesn’t show well with white grout. I had to go over the grout lines three times to build it up to flush with the finished surface. I’m a 3rd generation master installer and I thought I was finishing marble instead of porcelain. Definitely not worth the extra effort for porcelain.