MAG - Magnetic Screen Door Review | The Savings Wife

Thursday, September 11, 2014

MAG - Magnetic Screen Door Review

Got fly issues? Want to let in the nice fall air but not the bugs?  Check out this review of the MAG - Magnetic Screen Door.  The perfect answer to keeping the bugs out and allowing traffic and air in and out of your home.

About the MAG - Magnetic Screen Door!

This screen door is 35" wide x 83" long! No tools are required for installation but a partner is definitely recommended.  It has a 100% satisfaction guarantee! It is great for homes with pets because it closes behind them.

The Review!

The MAG - Magnetic Screen Door was another review item that I got to gift to a friend! My homeowners association would not allow this to be used on my house so I gave it to my friend Liz. Liz and I installed this on her garage exit.  This is one of the most frequently used doors in her home. She has been having a problem with the garage door being left open by her young boys.

The installation was pretty easy.  It did require two people to get things aligned correctly. If you are doing it make sure you get the bottom aligned so it does not drag the ground.  We used the stick on velcro installation.  The other installation uses tacks and is for heavy traffic use. It only took us about 10 minutes to get everything installed correctly.

After the installation we tested it.  Things were going great until we realized she had a metal door. Magnets and metal, I wonder what could happen?  When we would go out of the house the magnets closed by themselves with no problem but coming in the magnets would stick to the door.  I guess it is still better than the entire door being left open.

It did allow plenty of airflow and the it is much easier to carry groceries in without having to deal with opening a screen door.  You just walk on through bags and all.  

It also has a pretty decorative lace curtain design at the top.  

We wanted to see how easy it would be to store for the winter season.  The velcro made it easy to just peal the screen door off.  This is strong velcro so we had to push again the opposite velcro to pull.   The adhesive held the velcro well to the door frame even with us pulling the velcro apart.  

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