(DGEG85) EasyFix EasyGlaze Brown DIY Double Glazing 2.44m Length
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(DGEG85) EasyFix EasyGlaze Brown DIY Double Glazing 2.44m Length

EasyFix EasyGlaze Brown DIY Double Glazing 2.44m Length
NZ $46.10
excl GST
Qty.
 
The EASYGLAZE double glazing system comprises two rigid PVC sections, a base section and a cover strip. It is available in 2.44m (8ft)
lengths and in choice of White or Brown. A length of
mitre beading is also supplied to assist you in cutting
neat, accurate corners. This product is fixed to the
frame by self-adhesive tape which is mounted on the
base section. We DO NOT recommend the use of glass
with this product.
The EASYGLAZE system is for internal use only,
fixing directly to the frame for maximum insulation and
draught proofing. When using EASYGLAZE ensure there is at least 15mm of flat mounting surface around each side of the glass to take
the adhesive base section.

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Measuring up for your glass or sheeting

WindowSize 1. Measure the existing window pane, vertically (measurement A)
and horizontally (measurement B).
This is the visible glass only
and does not include any frame.

2. Add 12mm to each measurement A & B. This will give you the
size of the sheeting required. Also ensure you have the minimum
15mm mounting surface on each side of your window.

Measuring up for your EASYGLAZE

3. You will require 2 lengths at measurement 'A' plus 25mm and 2 lengths at
measurement 'B' plus 25mm for your window. Add these together to find out
how many 2.44m lengths you will need.


USING EASYGLAZE STEP BY STEP

4. Ensure cover strip is snapped into base section.
5. Working with your piece of sheeting, measure the side to
which you want to place a strip of EASYGLAZE. Add 13mm
to this and squarely cut a length of the EASYGLAZE to suit.
Repeat this step for each side.
6. Insert a small piece of mitre beading between cover and
base at the end of the length to be cut. Using the outer
corner as a reference point (see Diagram B), cut a 45° mitre using the fine toothed
saw and mitre block. Repeat this step for each corner.
7. Now place the EASYGLAZE onto each edge of the plastic sheet.
8. Hold the panel to the window frame so that it overlaps equally on each edge
and make a pencil mark around the panel on the frame.
9. Make sure all paintwork is free from the grease of silicone polishes, as this could
affect the adhesion of the tape. Also make sure the window is perfectly dry.
10. Remove the EASYGLAZE and separate the base and top sections (mark which
top goes with which bottom section). Remove the backing tape and apply the
base to the window frame just inside the pencil mark. Check corners are neat
and square then press home firmly. (The adhesive is very strong and
re-positioning of the pane is virtually impossible).
11. Once all four sides are complete, offer the plastic sheet to the window frame
and insert the top section to hold it in place.
It is always best to remove double glazing in summer





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EXTREMELY HAPPY WITH THE END PRODUCT. IT IS MADE VERY PROFESSIONALLY AND IS EXACTLY WHAT WE WERE LOOKING FOR
Nathan, Christchurch