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Cobweb window screen is the game changer

Have you ever been unable to open your windows because of rain, a lot of fine dust, or a lot of bugs? Have holes and dirty window screens ever made you unhappy?

Cobweb window screen will be released on Kickstarter as a solution that takes care of these problems all at once. A window screen made by Home & Ideas is unlike any other window screen now on the market in terms of material quality, lifetime, and performance.

Window screen with broad field of view and great air permeability

When denser, the window screen filters fine dusts and other substances more efficiently. But as it gets denser, ventilation and visibility performance of the product get reduced. As a result, it is difficult to obtain window screens with high density that ensure visibility and ventilation, an exceptional triple-layered water-repellent coated window screen with a broad field of view and high air permeability is about to launch on Kickstarter. Cobweb window screen is a window screen that resembles the density of a spider’s web and was named after it. Compared to other conventional window screens, this one has a wider field of view and is simpler to ventilate since the spacing between the yarns is only 30 mesh, which is highly compact.

Your home will always be safe and clean, thanks to the triple-layered water-resistant coated window screen

Cobweb window screen is a product that has undergone a triple water-repellent coating process using the manufacturer’s own technology. Despite the coating being applied three times, the window screen’s thickness is still thin. Cobweb window screens block rainwater and force it to flow downhill, wiping the window screen and keeping it clean. When it rains, regular window screens may cause damage to furniture or electrical short circuit issues when water enters the room.

Enhanced product functionality through the use of new materials

Cobweb window screen is formed of monofilament materials as instead of the typical fiberglass materials used in traditional window screens. Even adults cannot easily break monofilament since it is extremely strong, resistant to damage, and able to support up to 374 lbs of weight. Its lifespan of more than 15 years, which is five times longer than that of fiberglass (which is roughly 3 years), makes it a particularly cost-effective and eco-friendly material. In the event of a fire, fiberglass can easily catch fire and spread the flames, whereas monofilament melts instantly and has the advantage of containing the flames.

Get your Cobweb window screen with discounted price which is only available on Kickstarter

Since a DIY kit for the Cobweb window screen is also offered as a package on Kickstarter, if

purchased with a kit, customers may easily install it using the kit in about 15 minutes. In addition to windows, it may be attached to tents and vehicles with Velcro or neodymium magnets to keep bugs and dust out while camping. “It is a new material window screen that was invented to solve the stress from the regularly used fiberglass window screen,” said Home&Ideas, the company that developed Cobweb window screen. The quality of life can be improved with little adjustments since it totally inhibits undesirable things from entering the room, such as dust and insects, and prevents rainwater from gathering in the window screen. If you are interested, visit Kickstarter now and search for Cobweb window screen. Now only available on Kickstarter at the discounted price up to 38%.