Monthly Archives: June 2012

Replacing Broken Greenhouse Panes


Category: Gardening, Greenhouse Panels, Polycarbonate, uses of plastic

 Most gardeners love their greenhouse because they can turn their back on almost all weather changes and plant what they want when they want. But what to do when treasured greenhouse glass breaks ? While you sort out a replacement … Continue reading

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How To Make An Acrylic Box


Category: uses of plastic, Working with acrylic

 Many of our customers enquire about acrylic boxes so we thought we’d use this blog space to discuss how to make them. Choosing Your Acrylic The easiest way is to buy acrylic ready cut to the sizes you need for … Continue reading

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How To Clean Acrylic


Category: Working with acrylic

 Acrylic is impact-resistant and very durable but will damage if harsh cleaning solutions get onto it (see our list below*).  Using the right cleaners will help keep your acrylic looking like new for years to come read on for what … Continue reading

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How To Glue Acrylic


Category: Working with acrylic

 If you have a project which requires acrylic to be joined together we hope this blog will help you.  From all the conversations we have with customers about this topic first thing to say is that Acrylic can’t be glued … Continue reading

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How Are Polycarbonate & Acrylic Different


Category: Polycarbonate, Working with acrylic

 This week we’re answering a popular question asked of us – how are polycarbonate and acrylic different ? Strength Acrylic and Polycarbonate are both half the weight of glass and yet both of these plastics are much stronger than glass. … Continue reading

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