Repair Cafe Albury-Wodonga hosts fly screen repair demonstrations on September 2, 2017

WIRED UP: Volunteer Wolfgang Huber will teach techniques for creating a professional finish on both wooden and aluminium-framed fly screens. Picture: SIMON BAYLISS
WIRED UP: Volunteer Wolfgang Huber will teach techniques for creating a professional finish on both wooden and aluminium-framed fly screens. Picture: SIMON BAYLISS

WITH spring just around the corner the Repair Cafe Albury-Wodonga has you covered.

On September 2 the Wodonga cafe will host demonstrations on how to replace torn and old fly screens.

Volunteer repairer Wolfgang Huber will teach step-by-step techniques for creating a professional finish on both wooden and aluminium-framed fly screens.

Mr Huber has been fixing fly screens for family and friends for about three decades.

“It started when my children were younger and made holes in them,” Mr Huber said.

The free demonstrations – no repairs – will be held at 10am, 11am and noon on September 2 at the Sustainable Activity Centre. 

Repair Cafe Albury-Wodonga runs on the first Saturday of each month.