Mosquito screen for rabbit hutch . where to buy?

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  1. bcprowor

    bcprowor Member

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    Hey guys,

    I need a few metres of mosquito screen proof cover, the type that are used for your windows. However, i'll need this material for another purpose to protect my rabbit hutch from mosquitos.

    Would bunnings warehouse have this ?
     
  2. SuiCid3

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    I'm almost positive that Bunnings would have them.
    I was about to go there to buy some, but we ended up finding some floristry stuff that we could use.
     
  3. kr0nic

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    Ya, you could just use stuff called fiberglass door mesh ( i think thats its name)
     
  4. 1800-gumby

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    Yeh bunnings have it, I bought some a couple of days ago.
     
  5. rockofclay

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    worried about mixo?
     
  6. SuiCid3

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    Well it's something to keep in mind when you decide to raise some rabbits. ;)
     
  7. Doofus

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    You can get flyscreen mesh at Bunnings (or most hardware stores for that matter) both in a door kit (with the rubber tube stuff) and just the mesh. Tack it to the framework with some thin wood as a framework and it'll all be good for bunnikins. :)
     
  8. wolfmanoz

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    Flywire

    I'd go for the metal wire in preference to the fibreglass type. It's a bit hardier and doesn't tear as readily.
     

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