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  • Replacement tape for DIY fly screens (actual product may differ from image shown).
  • Step 1 - Remove old tape
  • Step 2 - Wipe down screens
  • Step 3 - Apply new tape and cut to size
  • Step 4 - Stick the screen onto the window or door frame

Reapplication tape

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Product Description

Permanent double-sided foam tape for use if you need to remove and re-install your DIY fly screens. The tape is designed to securely adhere the fly screen to uPVC window or door frames and comes on a 10m roll so you can cut it to the exact length you require.

One roll of tape is sufficient to cover most screen sizes. However we suggest that you measure the total length of the existing tape on your screen to determine how many rolls you will require, particularly if you are planning to re-fit multiple screens.

Usage Instructions

  • Step 1: Remove the screen from the window or door frame by pulling firmly and remove any old tape from the screen.
  • Step 2: Wipe down the screens and window or door frame with a damp cloth and ensure that the surfaces are free of residue and completely dry.
  • Step 3: Attach the new tape to the outer edge of the screen frame on all four sides cutting to size as appropriate.
  • Step 4: Stick the screen onto the window or door frame starting at the bottom and working your way up. We suggest you use a spirit level to ensure that the screen is square to the window or door.

Product Reviews

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  1. Very good adhesive tape 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Sep 2016

    This is the only tape that ensures my fly screen door remains in place.

  2. Great fly screen mesh door 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Aug 2015

    I previously had a fly screen door that opened out but a new door meant I could not close it properly with this new cassette type fly screen it just disappears into it's cassette compartment when not in use.
    I now have a fly screen door that stays all year round.

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