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post #1 of 3 Old 06-12-2014, 02:19 AM - Thread Starter
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changing screen material

I have 120in diy wilsonart designer white screen i want to install highpower screen material im thanking of using wilson art as backing and glueing hp material to it what type of glue should i use is this a bad idea
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Just asked my friend who happens to own a high power screen. He thinks what you're suggesting is a bad idea. But if you're determined to do it, use an adhesive that doesn't eat into vinyl. Wallpaper adhesive is probably what you need. Don't know if it'll work. Good luck.
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What is a good way to attach material to wood fram
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