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MegaMesh Magnetic Screen Door Review - Keep The Bugs Away

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

Let's face it, bugs are a nuisance. And there are times that you want to enjoy the fresh air, but leaving the door open isn't an option. Well check out the MegaMesh Magnetic Screen Door

And when it says easy install, it really means easy to install. We choose to use thumb tacks for a little extra support (but we didn't use the adhesive because we knew that we'd be moving it). We decided to put it on Lil Man's bedroom door. Our Maltese (Tula) sleeps in his room, and we wanted to give it a thorough testing. I figured between Lil Man and the dog, that this would really put the MegaMesh Screen Door to the test. 

It took about 5 minutes to install, and Lil Man was ready to go. He ran through it and back, and through it and back. Seriously! 

And each time it popped back to closed. No matter how hard he ran through it, or how many times he flung it open, it would close back on it's own. 

Tula wasn't a fan at first (she was scared). But after a time or two, she got the hang of it. It opened easy for her and closed back behind her. 

I've personally have been through it numerous times, and it really is no hands open and close. 

We've had this door up for several days now, and it's still working like a charm. I would consider the MegaMesh Magnetic Screen Door durable, and an excellent choice if you are in the market for a magnetic door, 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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