Monthly Archives: May 2012

How To Choose: Glass or Acrylic ?


Category: Working with acrylic

 Acrylic is a clear, glass-like plastic with properties that make it a better choice for many products that might otherwise be made of glass Those properties are: It is 17x stronger than glass making it considerably more impact resistant and … Continue reading

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How To Make A Splashback


Category: Splashbacks, uses of plastic, Working with acrylic

 Stop your walls from getting wet and spruce up your room at the same time with a splashback made from acrylic. It’s much easier than tiling and there’s no grouting to be done or maintained. With a range of neutral, … Continue reading

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How To Protect Your Table Surfaces


Category: uses of plastic

 Many of our customers write to us for advice about how they can protect their sideboards, desks and table surfaces from dirt, ringmarks, spills, cuts, mishaps of everyday life etc.  So we thought we’d dedicate this blog to the topic … Continue reading

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See Why Polycarbonate Is Better Than Greenhouse Glass in 76 Seconds!


Category: Greenhouse Panels, Polycarbonate, uses of plastic

 If you’re thinking about replacing greenhouse glass -  perhaps not for the first time – check out our video to see why it makes sense to use polycarbonate panes instead. In a nutshell, polycarbonate is 200x stronger than glass and … Continue reading

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