Magic Gate is a gate that can be used to keep your dog out of certain areas of your home, without making it difficult for you to walk into any area. The gate is made of super-strong mesh that can withstand up to 100 lbs of force, but is barely visible, so it won't disrupt the theme of your decor. Only the border of a Magic Gate can easily be seen, and you can choose between a beige or a black border. This gate can extend across spaces up to six feet wide, and if you use it to cover a shorter gap, all you'll need to do is roll up the excess mesh at one end.
With the Magic Gate, you'll be able to keep your dog near you, but you'll also be able to keep him or her from causing trouble inside or outside the house. Once the dog is securely behind this gate, he or she won't be able to bolt out the door, run wildly through your living room, or jump on guests while they're drinking coffee or tea. The gate is transparent, so your dog will still be able to see you as you go about your daily business at home. Besides using it on a variety of doorways in the home, you can also use it at the top or bottom of a staircase.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Magic Gate is $14.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Magic Gate by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $28.97.
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How to Use (Step by Step)
Each Magic Gate comes with four hooks that will attach it to your wall. To install the gate, stick one hook where you want each of the four corners of the gate to hang. The back of each hook is sticky, so you won't need any glue to attach the hooks.
After measuring the space you want your Magic Gate to cover, unroll it to the desired length. Keep any excess mesh rolled up—if you've measured accurately, you won't need it.
As a final step, hook one corner of your Magic Gate to each hook that you've attached to your wall, and the gate will be ready to use.
The Magic Gate can be used to cover the bottom few feet of virtually any doorway in your home. This option will come in handy when you've got guests in the living room and want to keep your dog out, or when you're cooking in the kitchen and don't want the dog to interfere. The gate can also be placed across a doorway if you want to keep a dog away from another pet or a baby.
If you want your dog to stay upstairs for a while, or want to keep them downstairs for a certain period of time, placing a Magic Gate across your stairway is a great strategy. This is especially beneficial if you have professionals doing repairs in a certain area of your house, and you don't want your dog to get in their way.
- Plastic Dog Gates
Plastic dog gates are much heavier than the Magic Gate, making them more awkward to carry. Plus, many people find it awkward to climb over them, while one can just undo the Magic Gate and walk through it when needed. By using a plastic dog gate, you're also more likely to damage a wall by nicking it with the gate, while you won't run this risk when using a mesh gate.
- Withstands up to 100 Pounds
- Easy for Humans to Open
- Can be Used for Babies & Cats
The Magic Gate can withstand up to 100 pounds without breaking. Most dogs are lighter than that, so even if your dog decides to push against the gate to try and break loose, they likely won't be successful, and the gate is likely to stay intact.
To travel through the mesh gate yourself, all you'll need to do is unhook one corner from a top hook, and walk through. Once you're through, you'll be able to quickly hook that corner up again, so your dog won't get through, too.
Each Magic Gate is transparent, so you'll be able to see if your dog is behaving when they're behind it. If you're in a nearby room, they'll also have the security of being able to see you, which will make them feel less bad about being confined to a smaller area.
The Magic Gate can also be used to keep cats, or babies under 100 pounds, in a certain area. While cats generally aren't quite as rowdy as dogs, the gate could be useful if you want to keep your cat from scratching furniture in a certain room, or keep it away from a dog.