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Old 03-20-2012, 03:07 PM   #1
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I would like to share the secret of easy rescreening. I own a screen enclosure company, and have seen every screen tool there ever was. I never really liked any of them, and some were downright hazardous to use. So, since the begining of my screening days, we have constructed our own utilizing a quick change razor box cutter and a screen roller. Just attach them together with a couple washers and breeze through jobs, without changing tools. We don't sell the rollers, but you can order them for just a couple bucks.

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Old 03-26-2012, 02:54 PM   #2
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This is great! Good idea. Maybe you should patent this!

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I'm surprised no one has. I guess we all assumed someone else would do it. You aren't by chance a patent attorney are you?

Seriously though, it does make a great screen rolling tool, for about 7 bucks. Just be sure to use the right roller, there are ones for flat spline, like on screen enclosures, and ones for round spline, like in windows and screen doors.

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Just got back from the patent office, thanks for the idea! I think this is going to be a big money maker for me.
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Believe me, its been tried. But none of the products they came out with beat the simple ole rollerknife. But if you do get rich, send my royalty on over.
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haha, deal. I actually happen to have a screen that i sprintred into years ago that I need to repair. You just reminded me!

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