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Fruitwood-Colored Groove-Type Plastic Panel Retainer, 25'
Fruitwood-Colored Groove-Type Plastic Panel Retainer, 25' Item #: 32189
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$19.99
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Walnut-Colored Groove-Type Plastic Panel Retainer, 25'
Walnut-Colored Groove-Type Plastic Panel Retainer, 25' Item #: 32851
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$19.99
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Groove-Type Plastic Panel Retainer - Wood-Colored

Item #
GRP25082_1
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Easily cut or miter our flexible retainer with a knife or scissors.

(1) Groove-Type Plastic Panel Retainer
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Weight 1.0000
Tech Spec
  • Groove Type requires 1/8" kerf. 25' length
Hardware Type Retainer Clips
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This panel retainer worked great!
February 25, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Perfect solution!
This product is exactly what I needed! The old retainer in the doors of my China closet was cracking and falling out. I was not sure what to buy until I saw this. It was very easy to use, and the color matches perfectly! I am extremely pleased.
February 8, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Plastic Retainer for glass in cabinets
Continues to provide what it is meant for!
July 11, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Need it to retain glass for grandfather clocks
Kenneth Z on May 20, 2018
I have a walnut china closet / hutch that needs new supports for the glass in the doors. The plastic that holds the glass in has dried in spots and is falling out, making the doors rattle.
Wanda T on Jan 18, 2018
Need it to retain glass for grandfather clocks
Kenneth Z on May 20, 2018
to be used on a grandfather clock
Gary H on Feb 25, 2018
I have a walnut china closet / hutch that needs new supports for the glass in the doors. The plastic that holds the glass in has dried in spots and is falling out, making the doors rattle.
Wanda T on Jan 18, 2018
To hold glass in a cabinet door
Sandi B on Mar 9, 2017
Needed to hold glass in Door on Hutch.
David W on Feb 14, 2017
Purchased a glass panel router bit set which is designed to use this type of retainer to hold the glass in place. Works good. The retainer does not have the white stripe along the top as the picture shows. It is solid brown on both the Fruitwood and Walnut retainers.
James H on Jul 9, 2016
making shaker style cabinet for kitchen. Using antique wavy glass with grilles.
Roderick M on Jan 18, 2016
to install glass in a panel door
scooter on Jan 16, 2016
Woods project for High School Class.
Daniel S on Jan 11, 2016
I'm building a cabinet with glass panels and need the retainers to hold the glass in place.
BRIAN E C on Dec 30, 2015
To hold glass for my Grand Father clock doors
Doug S on May 30, 2015
to be used on a grandfather clock
Gary H on Feb 25, 2018
To hold glass in a cabinet door
Sandi B on Mar 9, 2017
Panel retainer groove type requires 1/8" kerf. How deep of a groove? How far inset from side of frame member (stile or rail)?Recommended router bit?
A shopper on Aug 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: A 1/8in wide x 1/4in deep groove is required to accept the extrusion. Groove should be almost flush (< 1/32") to the edge of the glass panel.
how does the strip place into grove? Nail, staple, or glue?
shortstop13 on Jan 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The bottom portion of the strip has barbs on it. They are designed so it is easy to push into the saw kerf you cut and holds firmly in place by friction. You can pull the strip out if needed without to much effort. It's important to use a saw blade with the recommended size kerf.
Which of the two colors for the plastic is the lighter in brown value? Fruitwood or Walnut?
A shopper on Aug 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Fruitwood is lighter in color.
I used walnut as the wood I made the doors with was.....walnut!
This stuff is placed in back of panels against glass/mirror, etc and in my case never shows
I have cut the 1/8" kerf using a 1/8" router bit. Finding it not so easy to push the molding into this groove. Any suggestions?
shortstop13 on Mar 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I use paste wax . You are correct it is not easy !
Does it come in white?
Randy C on Apr 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These retainer strips are available in walnut and fruitwood only.
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