Tiny Tears: For nylon and fiberglass screens, you can fill in the tear yourself with instant adhesive. For metal screens, use epoxy, a common household adhesive available at your local hardware store.
Small Holes: First, purchase an inexpensive screen patch that’s made of the same material as the damaged screen and has a diameter at least 1/2" bigger than the hole. Unravel 2 rows of strands around the edge of the patch, then place it on top of hole and weave the loose strands through the screen. Turn the screen over and use long-nosed pliers to bend the strands and secure the patch.
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