|Item Weight||3.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.8 x 6.5 x 4.5 inches|
|Item model number||FSP8567-U|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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ADFORS Screen Tool is perfect for the installation of metal window and door screens. With both a convex and concave roller wheels this is your all-in-one screen installation tool. Use the convex roller to roll screening into the channel of the frame. The concave roller is used to press the spline into the channel over the screen to hold it in place.
From the Manufacturer
Our wooden handed tool has metal wheels and is great for use with our aluminum or specialty screening. With both a convex and concave roller wheels this is your all in one screen installation tool. Use the convex roller to roll screening into the channel of the aluminum frame. The concave roller is used to press and roll spline into the channel over the screening to hold it into place.
Top customer reviews
I am a professional screen maker and been doing this for many years.
This products works as described. The only draw back is accuracy as the wheels take a slight tiny wobble and as a professional installer it can cause a little annoyance.
Note: for none professionals I would recommend plastic wheels because the metal ones can cut through the mesh easier and ruin it.
And DONT trim the screen until you are satisfied with your work, you can easily pull the screen back off of certain parts and redo it. This tool is necessary to repair screens, and looks like it will hold up to moderate abuse. I will update if anything happens to it.
The screens on our Anderson hinged patio doors came out looking factory new at a fraction of what professional re-screening would have cost.
The handle is somewhat comfortable to hold. I think a rubber handle would probably be more comfortable.
The wheels could be a little bigger. When i was installing the spline with the screen door still installed, sometimes the joints would scrape the mesh.