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36"x83" Magzo Magnetic Screen Door Fiberglass Mesh Curtain (gray) $13.57 & More + Free Shipping w/ Prime or on $25+

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Magzo via Amazon [amazon.com] has 36"x83" Magzo Magnetic Screen Door Fiberglass Mesh Curtain (gray) for $20.88 - 15% when you 'clip' the coupon on the product page - $4.18 w/ promo code 6LWBWD9F = $13.57.Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+ - Dead

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Is this a shill post or does it actually work? My contractor picked one up but I'm skeptical of hanging it up
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Is this a shill post or does it actually work? My contractor picked one up but I'm skeptical of hanging it up
Works very well. If you're door isn't partly metal like mine. The magnet closure sometimes stocks to my door.

What I am wondering if I can buy two of these for French doors.
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Is this a shill post or does it actually work? My contractor picked one up but I'm skeptical of hanging it up
I've got to believe that this is some really borderline useful stuff. The edge isn't continuously magnetic, so there will be gaps around the edges unless you get it just right and if the dog decides to run into it, you'll have to reset the whole thing. It might be better than nothing. Maybe.


Also, that photoshop on the first image is just...wow.
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Works very well. If you're door isn't partly metal like mine. The magnet closure sometimes stocks to my door.

What I am wondering if I can buy two of these for French doors.
This one worked for my french doors. It is a lot nicer opening up both doors and letting the breeze through now... no bugs.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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I have used the magzo one before with a metal door and yes it does get stuck but nothing that you cannot get used to. The trick is to install it stretched so the magnets can do their work. Ended up buying additional Velcro strips to reinstall. It does serve the purpose of keeping insects and mosquitoes outside and natural air inside.
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Is this a shill post or does it actually work? My contractor picked one up but I'm skeptical of hanging it up
It works and the quality is much better than the Walmart fabric mesh for $10. We like to cook in the garage and we get tons of flies flying in and out our house. This helps with that dramatically.
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They have these (or something very similar) for $5 at my local Menards.
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I bought this one last year and it works great! Way better than the as seen on tv cheap ones.


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The problem with these is the velcro falls apart in heat and weather conditions. Better to spend money on the security doors available at HD, Lowe's etc.
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Is this a good workaround for a sliding screen mesh patio door that has a big hole in it? I would just slide it completely open and leave it there.
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The problem with these is the velcro falls apart in heat and weather conditions. Better to spend money on the security doors available at HD, Lowe's etc.
You are correct about this. However this item did come with pushpin-like nails that you can hammer in to keep it fixed to your doorframe. I did this to the very top edge where velcro was falling off, and it's been perfect for the past 6 months.

I've been happy with mine. Though like other posters said, there may be cheaper ones that work just as well.
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So what's the difference between the two polyester mesh and fiberglass mesh that justifies price difference?
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This is a great deal. We have four Huskies and we leave our patio door open all day so they can go in and out and it always snaps shut!
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