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Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by Racer, 24 Nov 2007.

  1. Racer

    Racer

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    I'm after a tool to get the upvc beeding that holds my double glazed units in place off, does that make sence :confused:

    is their such a tool? if so, whats it called and where can I get one?

    Thanks
     
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    have you tried using a wide wallpaper scraper ?
     
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    scraper.

    start at the corners.
     
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    I had thought of that just thought I'd check before I damage someones window frame.

    Thanks!
     
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    You may have to remove the rubber sealant first before taking out beading
     
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    as masona says, there are usually two types of fitting.

    one uses security tape and the other a push-in gasket.

    if the latter, you will need to tease out the gasket first.
     
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    Thanks for that
     
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