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Tabs are nice March 8, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Pine Knoll Shores, NC United States  
Decided to use velcro.  Shoulda listened to my wife.  But we all know that story....

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March 16, 2018
Reviewer: GENE SARANIERO from Nesconset, NY United States  


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Just what I needed September 8, 2016
Reviewer: John Samolovitch from Irwin, PA United States  
These tabs were perfect to complete my project with the grill cloth

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Small Grill Tabs 12 Sets - GTSMALL April 20, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Lake Elmo, MN United States  
See above

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GRILL TABS May 22, 2015
Reviewer: James Barnhart from Haines City, FL United States  
I HAD NO USE FOR THEM AS OUR OLD SCREENS WERE HELD IN WITH VELCRO AND WE JUST REUSED IT.

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Not for sheet rock! April 16, 2015
Reviewer: Scott Goodwin from Austin, TX United States  
These grill tabs would be great if your plan is to install the grill on something made of wood -- like a speaker enclosure.

But if you are planning to install a custom grill on a sheetrock wall -- These are NOT a good choice.

Without creating an elaborate template to mark the location of every grill tab (for purposes of drilling), it is very difficulty to mount these tabs with any kind of precision.  The guys at SW suggested first mounting the tabs in the grill frame itself, then using a Sharpie or Crayon to color the rounded post on each (grill-side) tab.  While this method does make it possible to mark the enclosure-side surface for drilling, to do this right means positioning the grill *Perfectly* square to the speaker/wall before actually touching it with the (colored) tabs.  On the whole, it appears some other kind of mounting tab mechnanism would be a lot easier to use, though I haven't been able to find any.

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