Magnetic Flying Insect Door Screen / Curtain £4.90 - Sold by UK Home & Garden Store Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Was £8.46 which is still reasonable.

Features
Magnetic Flying Insect Door Screen / Curtain
Protects against insects
Size : 90cm x 210cm (approx)
9 Magnet fast automatic closing system
Easy installation - no drilling or screwing required
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#1
thanks, great deal. Recently purchased similar product by JML at home base for 9.99
shame this only comes in black but I,ve ordered all the same.
#2
Silly question I'm sure but how do these affix to the top of the door frame please?
#3
on the jml item from homebase, it came with multiple twin velcro strips, one side of which had an adhesive back to stick to the outside of your doorframe.
#4
Very mixed reviews
#5
I've got these the Velcro provided comes off straight away but you can fix it to the door frame with nails! Don't rely on just the Velcro strips!
#6
Thanks, heat added!
#7
Bought one of these and the sticky pads do not stick so pretty pointless really!!
#8
Thanks ever so much for tips re putting them up. Ordered in the hopes of a fly free kitchen soon ;)
#9
These do need fixed with a few panel pins but after that its very strudy and its pet friendly as they can just push through it. Well worth buying if you are plagued with flies or like me petrified of birds lol
#10
Cheaper on eBay.
#11
Bully
Very mixed reviews

My mum has one, it's so. Badly made
#12
Sounds like it doesn't work very well on UPVC, think I'll keep looking.
#13
my elderly neighbour raves about these (they don't look good but completely stopped the flies. They're on Prime too - so with me tomorrow

thanks OP!
1 Like #14
I got the JML one and its rubbish. It ripped the first day and sticky pads dont stick well on upvc even though I made sure it was clean. The magnets dont always go back either. Don't waste your money

Edited By: shrek on Jul 30, 2014 10:07
#15
They have these at Discount UK stores for 3.99 each, picked 2 up at the weekend.

Way to train cats to go though is when they are standing at it, pick them up and push them through a few times. They get it in the end.
#16
Cheaper at other Amazon seller
£3.74 + FREE UK delivery Sold by: **** Media
#17
I bet they are China-made
#18
not saying these are cheaper but surely this is better? comes in different colours too and guaranteed not to fall apart...

http://www.dunelm-mill.com/shop/ivory-beaded-string-curtain-151823?cm_sp=elp-_-Beaded%20Curtains-_-1

am sure someone will spot them cheaper somewhere...
#19
I got one, the sticky pads on the netting side don't bond well.

One trick, sew it on with a few stitches and you get well bonded velcro to the netting.

My sticky pads stuck well to the PVC door frame, no problem. Just the netting and pads need extra help.
#20
The cheapo 3quid odd ones on Amazon are exactly the same as the JML ones.. had both and they both do a job, but don't expect them to last very long, and you have to stick them back up a lot if you use the sticky pads.
#21
marineville
not saying these are cheaper but surely this is better? comes in different colours too and guaranteed not to fall apart...

http://www.dunelm-mill.com/shop/ivory-beaded-string-curtain-151823?cm_sp=elp-_-Beaded%20Curtains-_-1

am sure someone will spot them cheaper somewhere...

The Ivory trade is all wrong!
#22
Why don't you just keep the door closed?
2 Likes #23
Mr C
marineville
not saying these are cheaper but surely this is better? comes in different colours too and guaranteed not to fall apart...

http://www.dunelm-mill.com/shop/ivory-beaded-string-curtain-151823?cm_sp=elp-_-Beaded%20Curtains-_-1

am sure someone will spot them cheaper somewhere...

The Ivory trade is all wrong!

i don't think dunhelm are actually using ivory tusks, as this would make the curtain approximately £20,000 to buy... i'm guessing it's a reference to the colour of the plastic they uses...the clue is in the description: 100% polyester...

also, i think child labour is wrong... i think chocolate philadelphia is wrong... i think ed milliband looks wrong...
#24
oB765o
Silly question I'm sure but how do these affix to the top of the door frame please?
I used plactic suction cup hooks (about a £1 for a dozen in Tesco) so can be taken up and down easily.
#25
whilst i was in the shower this morning I saw a hairball fall from the shower? I though it was odd but decided to ignore it until it landed on the shower curtain and started crawling. away. I jumped out the bath (good thing I didnt slip). i could see it through the shower curtains so crushed it using the curtains. the thing was size of my palm :o
#26
bought two, thanks -- would have liked white, but it'll do!
#27
Will this keep out non-magnetic flying insects as well?
#28
Going to buy one of these to put with my chocolate teapot
#29
montana78
whilst i was in the shower this morning I saw a hairball fall from the shower? I though it was odd but decided to ignore it until it landed on the shower curtain and started crawling. away. I jumped out the bath (good thing I didnt slip). i could see it through the shower curtains so crushed it using the curtains. the thing was size of my palm :o


The biggest one I ever seen crawled along my living room floor the other night too. It was as big as a daddy long legs with a fat body and legs, I nearly had a flamin heart attack at the size of it !!
#30
I got mine on ebay, not the best quality but it does what its supposed to for the price i paid. The velcro didnt hold to well on the top of the door frame but i just used some of the thumb tacks to strengthen the hold
#31
The trick is to wipe the UPVC with white spirit first and let it dry, then it will stick and stay there..
Wiping the UPVC over with your dish cloth and then saying "I wiped it clean but it still didn't stick is the reason it didn't stick"

White spirit to remove any grease and residue that you can't see!
#32
marineville
Mr C
marineville
not saying these are cheaper but surely this is better? comes in different colours too and guaranteed not to fall apart...

http://www.dunelm-mill.com/shop/ivory-beaded-string-curtain-151823?cm_sp=elp-_-Beaded%20Curtains-_-1

am sure someone will spot them cheaper somewhere...

The Ivory trade is all wrong!

i don't think dunhelm are actually using ivory tusks, as this would make the curtain approximately £20,000 to buy... i'm guessing it's a reference to the colour of the plastic they uses...the clue is in the description: 100% polyester...

also, i think child labour is wrong... i think chocolate philadelphia is wrong... i think ed milliband looks wrong...


I agree with you completely!
#33
Bought a similar brand - lasted less than a day.
banned#34
Are flies attracted to magnets?
#35
BACONIZGUD4ME
Are flies attracted to magnets?
Yup, as long as your fly has a zipper or metal buttons.
#36
I have these exact ones they are rubbish just fall down constantly
#37
I have the jml one and not had a fly in the kitchen since putting it up 3 wks ago, would definitely recommend it
#38
i have this got it from **** media cheaper than this from amazon its ok but think it will only last this summer as it seems to attract the naughty cat next door, the velcro is utter rubbish but it came with a box of tacks and they have held it up well.



Edited By: teabag36 on Jul 30, 2014 18:04
#39
£2.99 from b and m

they are not pretty and not the best at staying up, nothing a bit of double sided tape won't sort out,

but they do stop the flys from coming in, and ours has been a godsend over the past few weeks. we've been able to leave the backdoor open till late at night.
#40
Got one of these (not sure now of brand however) and have it in use no problem but I have not mounted it as its supposed to.

Firstly directly above the back door I had put two hooks that hold the normal type of door screen - you know red, white, blue, black, yellow strips of plastic wonderfully rippling in the wind, lovely sight :| . So I just used a few zip ties to hold this ^ in place to a piece of bamboo, plus a bit of glue. When set I just hooked it on to the hooks and haven't bothered fixing anything else. It is weighted enough to hold its place across the door. We just navigate it like a curtain - scoop it all back with a hand and pass. No need to complicate it with trying to walk between the individual sections.

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