Handles for Sliding Glass Office Windows
The agency has asked if we have a solution (we've come to their rescue on some other items and now are seen as the "go-to" guys). I know I've seen something like a plastic handle with a slot that would fit over the edge, and allow someone to slide open the glass without getting their fingerprints on it, but I certainly can't find a thing online anywhere I've searched. Does anyone have any suggestions of where I should point my attention?
From contributor Z:
The only thing that might be a problem is with a "J" handle. The width increases about an 1/8 to 3/16 so he should check the width of the recess the glass slides into.
From the original questioner:
Thanks for the replies. I like the idea of gluing a nice handle, but I think the J handle will work better for this client. There's no recess to worry about, so it will work fine (A lot of decisions on this job have happened after the fact, I have a feeling they built the room before anyone had decided how they wanted to treat the window).
From contributor S:
The other good thing about a "J" handle is the customer can't open the glass. With a hole or recess they also can open it. The "J" handle is one sided – that’s your selling point.
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