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The following shows how to make Magnetic Window Screens for Car Camping using rare earth magnets, duct tape, and flexible window screening. I made it ...
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What a Great Idea!!
made a few of these with nylon mesh from screen door and the magnetic strips from fridge doors (the cushion part around the door contains a pretty ok flexible magnet ) then wrap the nylon mesh over the magnetic stripping sew it and good to go (likely for the life of the vehicle.) good work man and congrats!
nice job btw
I did something similar with my Ford Escape's moonroof. I found some mosquito netting for a baby carriage and used about 6 to 8 magnets that I got from the dollar store and put the netting over the halfway open roof. I will send some photos if you want
This is pure genious!!!! Congrats!!
This is really great and original.. good job
I made these 6 years ago. I kick my self everyday for not following through on the patent. LOL...
I used news paper to make the pattern and sewed the edges with a thin smooth fabric. Had the magnets inside the fabric and made them for the Drive in. I don't have them anymore or I would post pics... sold them with the car.
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