Door fly screen types

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    I have a 3 piece black net type which drives you mad every time you try to go through it, there are other sorts out there furry ones and beads, does anyone recommend a type and also where to buy one from :thumb:
     
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    I use the cheillel fly screen. Very simple to fit, effective and quick to remove before driving off if you need to see through your Hab window.
     
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    Hi, Mowbotman I have tried many different types over the years and for 20 QUID THE BEST type in my humble opinion is the chenille lamb tails ,easy to fit, simple to tie up out of the way,plus you dont trip over them like other versions that I have had:Doh:also JC leisure give you a discount :BigGrin:
     
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    Small point, there is a local dealer near us called JC leisure, they have absolutely no connection with Johns Cross MotorCaravan and Camping Centre.

    I do need to make that absolutely clear !

    Peter
     
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    We have a pair of them on the cottage door - work rather well! We got ours from Aldi for £5 - half the price of the Asda JML ones! You may find then on auction sites I would have thought.

    You just walk through them and they close themselves, don't flap around in the breeze either - good for the price!
     
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