WTB acrylic splash guard for ATI Sunpower 60" 8 bulb fixture

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    mjt82 Well-Known Member

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    I know its a long shot, but is anyone selling an acrylic splash guard for a 60" ATI T5 fixture? Mine is warped - I've contacted them about a replacement, and they're $93, which isn't awful, but I thought I'd see if anyone has one they're not using before I buy a new one! Send me a message if you have one! Thanks!
     
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    Go to Lowe’s and make one.....
     
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    Thought about that... Would you happen to know if the clarity is any better with what comes with the light versus what can be purchased at Lowe’s?
     
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    No idea but it seems the same,
     
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    nvladik Well-Known Member Build Thread Contributor

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    Can you flip it?
     
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    It is SO incredibly warped that it can’t be flipped...
     
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    nvladik Well-Known Member Build Thread Contributor

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    Have a pic? Acrylic is super bendable. Heat gun and a pair of extra hands from a friend would help. You can also just heat it up on a flat surface and let it cool down with some weight on top of it like books.
     
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    Interesting! I was afraid that if I applied heat from a heat gun it would somehow opacify the acrylic. I’ll give this a try!
     
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    How did it go?
     
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    Haven’t tried it yet! I’ll let y’all know when I do!!
     

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