Magic Mend is a screen repair sheet that fixes any screen in just seconds. It’s so easy to use; you don’t have to take down your screen door or window screen to repair it. Simply cut Magic Mend to size, place it over the damaged area and heat it up with a blow dryer. In 30 seconds, you will have a perfect repair that’s invisible. The secret is the all-natural adhesive of Magic Mend that is heat-activated. As hot air is applied, it melts and permanently bonds to your existing screen. The repair is every bit as strong as the original screen.
Magic Screen is the perfect solution to screen damage that is always bound to happen when you have pets, kids and clumsy adults in the house. Replacement screens cost a fortune and the job is a major chore. You don’t have to go through all that hassle when you have Magic Mend. You can repair your screen right where it’s at and no one can tell it’s been damaged when you’re done. It blends in beautifully and yet it’s strong. It’s so strong it can take the blast from a pressure washer. One Magic Mend has enough material for multiple repairs. It comes in gray or black to perfectly match the screens in your home.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Magic Mend is $10.00 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Magic Mend by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.95 for a total price of $22.9.
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How It Works
Magic Mend is inexpensive replacement screen material that allows you to quickly, easily, and cheaply repair a rip or hole in a window screen or patio door screen. You can perform this repair without even removing the screen from its home. Once you cut a piece of Magic Mend to the desired shape and size, its heat-activated, natural adhesive will get to work covering your rip or hole. All you need to do first is apply some heat to the piece using a standard blow dryer. After only 30 seconds of heat exposure, the adhesive will have melted and permanently become one with the original screening.
How to Use (Step by Step)
- Cut Piece
- Apply Heat
Cut a piece from your large sheet of Magic Mend that is a suitable shape and size to cover the rip or hole you want to fix.
Apply Magic Mend to the ripped area ( it will automatically stick due to the adhesive content ), and give it some heat, using a standard blow dryer.
After 30 seconds, stop applying heat and turn your blow dryer off. By now, the piece of Magic Mend should be permanently fused to the original screening.
- Comes In Two Colors
- Blends In Nicely
- Can Use For Multiple Repairs
- Keeps Bugs Out
Magic Mend comes in two shades, black and gray, so you can use whichever one best matches an existing screen.
Magic Mend fuses so well with the original screening its applied to, you can only tell its there if you look very closely.
After you apply Magic Mend, your screening will be just as strong as it was originally. Magic Mend is so resilient that even a powerful spray from a pressure washer wont damage it.
One sheet of Magic Mend offers enough material for the repair of at least several screen holes or rips.
If there are holes in your screens, bugs will easily get into your house or another screened area, but repairing the holes with Magic Mend will easily remedy this problem.
- Not Ideal For Large Holes
If you have a very large hole to repair, you may use an entire sheet of Magic Mend to do so. Plus, it is difficult, when only using a blow dryer, to apply enough heat for the adhesive to work on a large area. Doing so will likely take longer than the usual 30 seconds.
- Replacement Screens
- Standard Screen Patches
Instead of using Magic Mend, you could choose to purchase replacement screens, but it seems unnecessary to buy an entire screen when you only need to fix a few holes or tears. Replacement screens are often expensive, costing up to hundreds of dollars for several, plus they are time-consuming and often difficult to install.
You can cut your own patch from a standard piece of fiberglass or nylon screening to repair a hole or tear. However, this will be more difficult and will take more time than using Magic Mend. Youll have to apply glue to the patch ( an added step ), stick it on, and wait for it to dry. It will take longer for the glue to dry than it does for Magic Mend to fuse itself to your original screen.