Magic Mesh

Discussion in 'Dog Products' started by charmedwolf, Sep 16, 2011.

  1. charmedwolf Moderator

    Magic Mesh™ instant screen door uses magnets to instantly open & snap closed behind you.

    Alright so about a month ago Isis ran through our screen door into our house after being scared by thunder. :giggle: The screen was being held together by black, lime green and zebra duct tape, I kid you not. My parents gave me this as a lovely gift so my landlord didn't have my head til I can buy a new one. I love love love this thing! It's great. The dogs were a little cautious to use it. Isis ran up to it thinking it was open before seeing it at the last second and giving it this big out bug eyed look. O.O "WHAT IS THIS SORCERY?!" :ROFLMAO: Can't say that I didn't get a good laugh!

    You definitely have to have it set up correctly for the magnets to work. I used 16 velco strips instead of the 12 that they use just to make sure it says put. It is a little larger than the opening but it definitely does its job to the max. If you live in a windy area and the door is facing the wind, you do need to sew a pocket at the bottom and weight it down to keep it from blowing around.

    Overall, a 5 out of 5. I love it.
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  2. sara Moderator

    I saw that on TV awhile back and thought it looked awesome! Glad to hear it works well too!
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  3. tigerlily46514 Honored Member

    oh, i like this!! What a fabulous and extremely thoughtful gift from your family!! wow!
    I bet we will get one of these once our screen-door doggie door wears all the way out. Especially since now i have heard from someone who actually has one of this style.

    I LOVE having a doggie door. I always get bummed out, once it becomes too cold to keep the screen door that has a doggie door in it, closed over by a glass door. But all spring, all summer and much of the fall weather, Buddy goes in and out as he pleases, til his curfew arrives, and we shut his doggie door for the night.

    Buddy only has a summer doggie-door.

    We can't let Buddy have a 'winter' type of doggie door, cuz, he doesn't seem to be able to judge when he SHOULD come back inside....he stays out there til he is froze to the bones, curling up tighter and tighter. SEEMS like he'd come back in, right? Usually yes, he will come in after a while, but not always.

    that's why in the winter, we only let Buddy outdoors by hand, so we can monitor how long he is out there. Lol, we are such space-shots, that on busy days, we always set a buzzer, too, to remind us to go look at him! ha ha!

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