Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Enclose your patio room with recyclable clear plastic PETG

Check this out: Enclose your patio room with recyclable clear plastic PETG.

This material in an 0.040" thickness is about 50-60% less expensive than 1/16" plexiglass. Maybe $28-33 a sheet. It rolls for shipping. It's clear, and doesn't break. It is not UV stabilized, so I would put in on the INSIDE of the patio room. It will also make a good second pane for insulation glazing/storm window applications.

You can screw right through without drilling. It's the same material as pop bottles. You could even use it for child-proofing on railings. Oh - that's another blog entry.

You can find this material online PETG sheet at

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