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Repair holes, tears, or punctures in door and window screens as soon as you spot them. The longer you wait, the more likely it will be that you'll have to replace the entire screen sooner than necessary. Small holes can be sealed with clear nail polish or shellac, while slightly larger holes can be patched with either a kit or by simply cutting a piece of screen about an inch larger than the hole and gluing it in place.
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