No tools necessary
Screens were designed to mount on the outside frame of your door
Step 1 – Make
sure the area you are mounting your screen to is free from
peeling paint, protruding nails, or loose wood. You may want to
clean the area or sand lightly.
Step 2 – Unroll screen and hold it up to where you
would like to mount it, about 1 inch above your garage door. You
may want to pencil a line across the top of your door and down
each side so you can have a guide for attaching the hook
fastener. Make sure
your screen will not interfere with your door opening and
Step 3 – Put screen aside for now and take self
adhesive fastener tape and unroll about 1 foot at a time. Pull
back transparent tape and press hook fastener to your mounting
surface about 1 foot at a time.
You may want to start at the top of your mounting surface first
then follow along each side.
Step 4 – It is a good idea to let the
self-adhesive fastener cure for 24 hours to achieve maximum
adhesion. You may want to staple or nail through the self
to increase the holding strength. (use nails or staples that
will not rust)
Step 5 – Unroll screen and start at either top
corner pressing the screen on to the hook
fastener you have mounted and then continue down each side.
A. Each screen has a
pouch sewn at the bottom that you may insert ½ inch conduit or
plastic pipe to add weight to the bottom of the screen, to
minimize movement and keep the screen close to your floor.
B. - Cleaning screen: Use mild soap and water.
Make sure screen is completely dry before storing. Do not store
screen if it is damp.
C. - Screen can be removed very easily. You will want
to leave the self-adhesive material attached to you door frame.
Screens have been
manufactured to keep insects and leaves out. They are not
engineered to be used for containment of children , pets, or