You inspired me.
My Church's Youth Ministry had a 30 year old + 125" x 94"
Da-Lite Da-Snap Matte White Screen they were using....that was in deplorable condition. Rips, stains, even Melted Vinyl where squiggly lines of Expanda-Foam had come in contact with it.
It was every bit as bad as it looks.
But at some time in the past, someone had wrapped the original Da-Snap Aluminum Frame with stout, Black painted 1/2" thick "Outside Corner" Trim. I thought to myself. "Myself....why not re-wrap that Frame with BOC and paint it?". Just leave the existing material attached (...for increased tension support for Frame...) since it is recessed from the Wood Trim and wrap the BPC around the outside edges.
So....I ordered some 110" x 144" BOC and went to work, wrapping the first BOC Screen of my career. 157"s of "What iffin....." if there ever was some.
Thing was/is...it's turned out PDN as of now, considering my sore knuckles I got from rolling the Fabric against the Frame to stretch it out. Seems that when your stretching out a 10' x 8' area of BOC with your hands all by yourself, ya gotta employ both the Kung Fu Grip and the Deadly Wrist Twist technique.
Bit nary a wrinkle in sight, and I got the material "Drum Head" tight. I'll insert a image of the wrapped Screen before I start a'paintin'
Next up....Silver Fire v2.5 2.0