Posted on January 11, 2012
Posted on December 21, 2011
Polly Products offers Message Centers in three sizes and nine variations.
- Maintenance free 100% recycled plastic frames and post
- Poly-carbonate hi impact window scratch & shatter proof
- All stainless steel fasteners
- One piece stainless hinge with hidden fasteners
- Weatherproof barrel lock with key
- Easy swing away door for easy access
- Weather seal on door for added protection
Posted on December 13, 2011
We are excited to announce a new feature that can enhance your income. The Polly Products affiliate program is easy to use and rewarding $. Simply sign up, add your choice of the Polly banner to your web or social site. You can log in anytime to check the status of your account, what you have sold and how much commission is available to collect. http://www.pollyproducts.com/affiliate
Polly Products is a premier manufacturer of Site & Park furnishings manufactured using 100% maintenance free recycled plastic.
Posted on November 9, 2011
Posted on November 1, 2011
Posted on September 28, 2011
Let us make your dreams reality. Advertising, marketing honoring a friend. We can engrave benches, tables, marking post, entry signs. Plastic that is engraved with an added color inlay is durable and delivers the message in an attractive way.
Posted on September 2, 2011
Posted on April 21, 2011
Posted on April 14, 2011
Building a bench from recycled plastic.
Recycled plastic Polly Planks and Polly Frames are ideal materials for the do-it-yourself project.
Polly Planks are manufactured using recycled milk jugs from households. When the color and ultra violet stabilizers (to protect from the sun’s harmful rays) are added they are very durable in the outdoors. The one characteristic that makes Polly Planks different from wood is rigidity. With wood you can span a wider distance. Polly planks work best on a 32” span or less.
So let’s build a bench. You can use normal woodworking tools; a power circular saw and a power drill for drilling and putting in screws. Carbide tipped tools are best if you plan on building more than a few.
Poly Frames are very dense much like oak wood and work best when a pilot hole is pre-drilled for the screw. If using our Polly frames, drill a pilot hole for the size screw you are using. In the Polly Plank, make a clearance hole with a countersink for the screw head. We use a #12 by 3” Phillips screw with a flat head. Drill a pilot hole in bench frame 1/8”and a clearance hole in Polly Plank ¼” with a countersink. If you buy the screws at a local home center, they can advise you on what tools to use.
The Polly Planks will be cut to length. It would be wise to put a slight angle on the cut edges with a file or wood rasp as this will make the ends safer. The bench frames will be trimmed but you will need to drill the holes for mounting the Polly Planks.
Hint: All of the benches on the Polly website have assembly instructions for our finished bench kits (a great place for ideas). Just pick a bench & go to the page, scroll down until you see the PDF file marked assembly instructions then click to open.
Posted on February 15, 2011