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Old 03-27-2017, 02:26 PM   #1
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How do you prevent absent minded people from walking thru screen door?

On our first ever shake out both SWMBO and I nearly walked into the Vista Retractable Screen Door. We really like the door. The cool thing is it's almost invisible. That's a bad thing too.
Anyone has success with an screen door appliques or something like that?
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Old 03-27-2017, 02:40 PM   #2
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Lots of folks have stencils, paint and
Even woven designs on their screens. We have a spray painted flower. It is recognized as a screen flower by me 92% of the time and by our Brittany about 98% of the time. It's a little hard to see from the outside. The ones that are sewn in are my wife's favorite. They come as a kit I think. Somebody, which means about anybody, will know more about this than me.
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I nearly walked into the Vista Retractable Screen Door. We really like the door.
Heck, I walk into it all the time. Normally it just pulls out at the bottom and goes back in without any problem. I love the door. IMHO, not shared with owners of the new models , it's much more convenient than the swing type screen door and better than the Scamp type bi-fold, although they're not bad.

I'm sure you'll end up putting something on it but it's not as delicate as you might think.

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A web decoration or stabilimentum (plural: stabilimenta) is a conspicuous silk structure included in the webs of some species of orb-web spider. One idea is that they make the spider web visible and therefore animals such as birds are less likely to damage the spider’s web. Hey It seems to work for people too.

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. I love the door., it's much more convenient than the swing type screen door

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Totally agree!!!!
Love that it doesn't swing out where your chair or anything else is parked...
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On our first ever shake out both SWMBO and I nearly walked into the Vista Retractable Screen Door. We really like the door. The cool thing is it's almost invisible. That's a bad thing too.
Anyone has success with an screen door appliques or something like that?
We're going to add some art this summer. I ordered a whole new screen just in case we screw it up too badly.......
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Love the screen door after already having the new doors previously . Used a nautical stencil and spray painted white , a couple places . Pat
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