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Poultry Netting Instead of Glass

Posted by firsttimebldr (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 27, 08 at 22:13

I want to take the glass out of a cupboard front and replace it with bronze colored poultry netting. Does anyone know where I can buy that decorator poultry netting? Thank you. Betsy.


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RE: Poultry Netting Instead of Glass

Try the link below

Here is a link that might be useful: Decorative wire mesh


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RE: Poultry Netting Instead of Glass

another source

Here is a link that might be useful: rockler


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Thanks for your help. Rockler - $28. a lineal foot. Valuable stuff. The other site did not have any chicken wire. I will keep looking. Betsy.


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RE: Poultry Netting Instead of Glass

nobody said it was cheap :-) Please post if you find a better source in your searching.


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RE: Poultry Netting Instead of Glass

I have a feeling if you use actual chicken wire you will run into rust/corrosion problems. Not to mention the fact trying to use a product intended for tensioned fencing will be quite difficult to get to look decent in a cabinet door.


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RE: Poultry Netting Instead of Glass

But to handymac's end, real chicken wire will only run you about 10 bucks for a 100 foot roll at your local hardware store. LOL:) And you'll have a place to keep your chickens in a pinch.


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