Ho-To for Creating Your Own Protective Shield
The shield using sheets from IKEA picture frames may only protect
from spit, not from mechanical impacts!
Please discuss the exact sizes with the need
owners. Attention, the used screen
from an IKEA picture frame is not scratch resistant and may
break when bent!
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- Transparent Sheet ca. 30x35cm .
Please make sure that the size fits the carriers - Attention covers
of IKEA picture frames are not scratch-resistant and brittle!
- Duct Tape (for safety reasons)
- Double-sided adhesive tape
or adhesive with which foam can also be bonded
- approx. 80cm foam rubber 3-4cm wide
- or 35 cm 2cm thick
- Head attachment
- Band 3-4cm wide -90-100cm long,
depending on head circumference and rubber ring - 4-5mm wide
- or trouser rubber - 2-4cm wide
Please check, no liabilities whatsoever
are taken. The next image shows all materials which is necessary.
Alternatives are possible - be creative.
The double sided adhesive tape is put
on the foam stripes.
The paper on the back side of the
double sided adhesive may be cut to ease the removal.
After fixing the first layer of foam
material, double sided adhesive tape is fixed. If only stripes of
small thickness are available, more than two layers may be used. Due
to the later curvature, the innermost strip shall be extended before,
The air gap allows for ventilation
avoiding condensation/blushing. The inner foam strip shall be fixed
only after bending the screen, or fixed after elongation of the
On the front the headband is attached
with double-sided adhesive tape (or if it is narrower also with duct
Duct tape is used to give additional
strength to the fixture of the head band.
The screen is bent via the head band,
which is closed with a rubber band.
Here you may see the product in
is the possibility for more than one solution. The belt is from a