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How To Build A Drinks Bar With Acrylic
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How To Build A Drinks Bar With Acrylic

Posted on Wednesday 8th of April 2015

Over ten times stronger than glass and available in a range of different colours and finishes, acrylic plastic is the ideal material for fabricating bar tops and bar shelves. Acrylic is an easy material to work with and can can be cut to size using common household tools, not to mention it can be installed on to a number of substrates – either horizontally or vertically – using a variety of different fixing methods. Building a drinks bar with acrylic is incredibly simple, and the...Read More

Video: How To Transform Your Kitchen Using Acrylic Perspex Door Fronts
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Video: How To Transform Your Kitchen Using Acrylic Perspex Door Fronts

Posted on Friday 13th of March 2015

Having your kitchen fully refurbished can be an expensive undertaking, and as much as you might crave a re-design, for many people it's an extravagant expense that is simply not feasible. Our coloured acrylic kitchen door fronts are an affordable solution to this problem as not only do they look great, they are also easy to apply and can be delivered fully cut to size.

Considerably quicker and a lot more affordable than traditional methods of home improvement, with our cut-to-size...Read More

DIY Guide – How To Fit An Acrylic Kitchen Splashback
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DIY Guide – How To Fit An Acrylic Kitchen Splashback

Posted on Wednesday 4th of March 2015

Two of the most frequently asked questions we get at Cut Plastic Sheeting are “how easy is it to fit an acrylic kitchen splashback?” and “how do I install an acrylic splashback in my kitchen?”. The answer is simple: fitting one of our cut-to-size plastic kitchen splashbacks is an incredibly straight forward process, especially if you have this handy DIY guide on hand to help lead you through. Obviously you're aware of the benefits of an acrylic kitchen splashback and are eager...Read More

Using Acrylic To Build Aquariums & Fish Tanks 
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Using Acrylic To Build Aquariums & Fish Tanks 

Posted on Friday 9th of January 2015

The ideal material for Aquariums and fish tanks, acrylic is sturdy, durable, waterproof, and has the same crystal clear transparency as glass so that you can watch your fish as they go about their day. Even more importantly, sheets of acrylic can be bonded together through various methods, and once they have been, the area where the two sheets joined will be practically seamless, meaning no potential leaks. Using acrylic to build aquariums and fish tanks is easy once you have the right tools...Read More

What is Nylon?
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What is Nylon?

Posted on Thursday 18th of December 2014

First produced in 1935, Nylon is one of the most common plastics in the world and has been used to create everything from clothes and parachutes to food packaging and guitar strings. Nylon can also be used in conjunction with other materials, such as glass and carbon fibre, as its wide range of qualities are often beneficial, but sadly lacking from the materials that it teams up with.

Talking about the qualities of nylon,...Read More

Winter Preparation: Perspex Shed Windows
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Winter Preparation: Perspex Shed Windows

Posted on Monday 13th of October 2014

A house is often relatively safe from leaks or external damage, as when an issue occurs it will be flagged up and addressed almost as soon as they happen by those who live there. This however is not the case with garden fixtures, especially not the shed; which is often left cluttered, unorganised and, for the most part, untouched. The garden shed is possibly one of the most overlooked and under-appreciated parts of a home, which is surprising when you consider that for something so small...Read More