(DGMG80) EasyFix MagnetGlaze Pro White DIY Double Glazing 2.44m Length
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(DGMG80) EasyFix MagnetGlaze Pro White DIY Double Glazing 2.44m Length

EasyFix MagnetGlaze Pro White DIY Double Glazing 2.44m Length
NZ $42.80
excl GST
Qty.

MAGNETGLAZE PRO combines the simplicity of the magnetic fixing with the
aesthetic appeal of framing your plastic sheet. 
It comprises two parts, a rigid pvc frame profile which has the magnetic strip attached and a self-adhesive metal strip. A length of
mitre beading is also supplied to assist you in cutting neat,
accurate corners. This system is particularly suitable for
windows requiring quick or repeated removal.
MAGNETGLAZE PRO is available in a 2.44m lengths and white or brown in colour

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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 30mm to each measurement A & B. This will give you the
size of the sheet required. Also ensure you have a minimum
20mm mounting surface on each side of your window.

Measuring up for your MAGNETGLAZE PRO

3. You will require 2 lengths at measurement 'A' plus 33mm and 2 lengths at
measurement 'B' plus 33mm for your window. Add these together to find out
how many 2.44m lengths you will need.


USING MAGNETGLAZE PRO STEP BY STEP

4. Remove the white metal strip from the length of Magnetglaze PRO.
5. Working with your plastic panel, measure the side to which you want to place a
strip of Magnetglaze PRO. Add 3mm to this and squarely cut a length of
Magnetglaze PRO to suit. Repeat for each side of the panel.
6. Using the outer corner as a reference (see diagram), insert
the mitre bead and cut a 45° mitre using the fine toothed
saw and mitre block. Repeat this step for all lengths. 
7. Now fit the Magnetglaze PRO to the edges of the panel.
8. Hold the panel to the window frame so that it overlaps equally
on each edge.
9. Draw a pencil line around the sheet on the frame.
10. Cut and fit the white metal strip to the window frame, sticking it just inside the
pencil marks.
11. Offer up the glazing panel to the window and click into place.



MitreBead


 

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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