Asked on May 12, 2018

How to remove plastic door grid?

Susan
by Susan
We have a set of french doors with the plastic grid. I want remove the grid part, and keep the surrounding moulding in tack to hold the glass in, however I think it is all one piece. If it is removed, is it possible to buy the moulding part to hold the glass in .. ?

  3 answers
  • William William on May 12, 2018
    Easiest solution would be to use a small saw or serrated knife and carefully cut through the grid where it attaches to the perimeter molding. You can try to remove the whole grid then replace the side molding with wood molding.

  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on May 12, 2018
    You'll have to take it all apart to pull them out...is it really worth that?

  • Gk Gk on May 12, 2018
    It all depends on the door. A few years ago I had doors I wanted to remove the grid from but it was attached to the window and I would have had to replace the whole window part of the door with a new gridless window. I ended up painting the grid because it had yellowed badly and it was so ugly. Eventually I got new doors with the grid inside the windows to make cleaning easier. I hope that those grids don't yellow.