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By clicking Confirm, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Imagine turning your existing single glazed windows into double glazing with 80-90% of the benefit and 10% of the price of new double glazed windows. Since cloning Frugal Man is out of the question, y’all will have to settle with the knowing how to make your own magnetic double glazed windows. First, inspect the window you want to double glaze and determine if it is a wooden or aluminum frame. To drill into the window frame you probably won’t be able to use an electric drill because the glass will stop you getting the correct angle for the hole.
Once any required frames are attached, clean, dry and check the polycarbonate sheeting for a good fit in the window.
Once it is firmly adhered, use a knife or screwdriver to remove the polycarbonate sheet and top magnet strip, leaving only the bottom magnet strip and mini-frame. Special thanks to Frugal Man for his help in writing this post today, my eyes were starting to glaze over.
Hi we have done this for all our windows in the upstairs of our home, it has worked great for approx four weeks.
We did something similar using velcro (bulk rolls is cheapest) and bridal tolle material (fine mesh used for bridal veils etc). Bryce, I tried the adhesive foam double sided tape and it did not cope with the heat or cold , which caused it to peel off , after just a few days. I’ve only just caught up with this after bubble wrapping two of my son’s bedroom windows 2 days ago!
Note that in many cases you don’t need a subframe, you could just put the magnets on the existing frame. Brilliant idea, a great way to save extra money for those people who want to be energy efficient and keep their own homes warn but just don’t have the funds available.
It is always good to have options and this is one that will work with oddly shaped windows if you have the patience.
So if you’re already doing the bubble wrap insulation would this then eliminate the need to do that?

Prices here in NZ will vary HUGELY from prices in the US, but it cost us $45 for the magnetic strips, $10 for the wood, and about $125 for the polycarbonate, so $180 all up. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. By clicking Confirm bid you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. The item may be missing its original packaging, or the original packaging has been opened or is no longer sealed. The "off" amount and percentage simply signifies the calculated difference between the seller-provided original price for the item and the seller's current discounted price. You have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab.
You can use acrylic (aka Perspex, Plexiglass, Lucite etc) but polycarbonate (aka Lexan) is extremely tough and shatter resistant. This is a good spacing for thermal insulation, for acoustic insulation about 4 times the gap is optimal.
The kitchen window we did this weekend was wooden, but we are doing the rest of the windows, which are aluminum soon. We cut the pieces to length then drilled and countersunk the holes in the wood strips before placing them in the window frame and using them as a guide to drill the frame holes with a small hand drill. The easiest way to precisely apply these is to put these in place on top of the magnets that you have adhered to the polycarbonate, adhesive strip side up, and then when you are ready to put the pane in place peel the adhesive backing off the strip and then stick the entire thing into the window so that it adheres to the wooden strips. Press firmly on any bits of magnet that need re-adhering both on the polycarbonate sheet and on the mini-frame.
In the last week we have had 3 warm sunny norwest days (chch) and the magnetic strips have been peeling off the window frames? Lot of variation in price, texture and size of tolle, but possible to find low cost material off the roll at fabric shops.
The sunny windows would be worse for this as they will go through greater heating and cooling cycles.
I then changed to double sided clear sellotape and it coped fine for 2 winters and summer, and was still fine when I moved out after 18 mths of it being there.
However, for super cheap and quick, it is hard to beat bubble wrap insulation, especially if you are renting. In our case the frame wasn’t really suitable for that approach, so we used a subframe and effectively made the windows a little smaller. I went for polycarb because it is virtually indestructible where acrylic is more likely to crack, but mechanically the behaviour of the two seem quite similar in terms of density and flexibility. This method sounds like a cheaper option rather than completely removing and replacing the existing windows and replacing them with new upvc double glazed windows.
Whilst we were in Auckland yesterday, we picked up enough magnetic strips to finish off the rest of the windows in the house from the TradeMe guy and save ourselves the shipping. We just got all new windows installed in our house so fortunately this is not something I will need to do, but before that I would definitely have considered it. I’m also curious about prices–obviously cheaper than replacing windows but can you give some ballpark figures?

We also upgrade existing double glazed windows to 'A' rated glass and replace broken down (condensation between the glass) double glazed units. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
This item may be a floor model or an item that has been returned to the seller after a period of use. I’ll give you the instructions for wooden windows now and then document the aluminum windows with pics when we do those. Allow both sets of magnet to sit for a few minutes before returning the polycarbonate sheet to the mini-frame.
Bask in the improved insulation plus the reduced sound spillover from your neighbor’s dreadful musical taste.
If the sticky isn’t sticky anymore then I suspect whatever was on top of the paint is now on top of the magnet adhesive. Had to sew in small fabric triangles on the corners to reinforce the fine mesh from tearing.
I have tried heating up the air just before sealing the magnets, I have put tape around the edges of the perspex and onto the timber frame just in case the magnets arent sealing properly.
The sellotape was only about 8mm wide compared to the 20mm of the other tape so was less conspicuous too.
They were wooden framed and I used double sided cellotape to hold the plastic on to the outside frame.
You could do this inside and outside of the window frame to gain extra warmth and sound reduction. You can buy standard size upvc windows and doors direct from our website with free delivery anywhere in the UK. To solve this problem I think there are really two options – either refinish the wood so that the surface is better, or provide a secondary adhesion surface (such as a thin flat strip of aluminium screwed onto the frame the the magnet could then stick to).
I had a humidity meter put inside to gap and it read 33% to start with then with sun it shot up to 55% inside the gap. I used a greenhouse grade plastic that was reasonably thick and it was slightly translucent so gave a modicum of privacy too. I’d expect you to be able to get materials in the US for half what we paid or even less. Our prices are at least 10% cheaper than wickes and B&Q windows and doors AND ALL OUR PRICES INCLUDE HANDLES, HINGES, CILLS and all other necessary furniture and hardware, which wickes and B&Q do not.
When it was on, we used the hairdryer to heat the plastic and tighten it.  It worked wonderfully well and stopped the drafts completely and was cheap to do. As now the strips don’t seem as sticky and they pulled paint off the frames as they pulled away?? The roll is about 10cm diameter and had I think 10m on it and is clear with a peel off tape on one side.
The scribes on the glazing beads are perfect(some makes are just mitred and often don't fit very well).

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