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When she checked into her hotel room and began unpacking she discovered that her father secretly put the Door Stop Alarm into her luggage. She was furious - how dare he! Didnt she tell her father that she would be OK? Why did he have to interfere? She promised to tell him a thing or two when she got home. Just to show Dad that his gift was useless she decided to put it in front of her door that night. "That way I can tell him that I tried it even though I didnt need it" she thought. Well it turned out that Jenny DID need the Door Stop Alarm that night because while everyone was asleep there was a storm that knocked out all the electricity for the hotel.
Door stops are a useful tool and silent helper that is readily present in most businesses and homes. A door stop serves several purposes including holding a door open or preventing a door from opening too far (protecting the wall). Styles vary widely and serve different functions so choosing the correct style for your home or office is important. What is a Magnetic Stop? A magnetic stop is a wall or floor mounted device that utilizes the power of a magnet to hold a door open. This is a simple solution because it does not require more than one step to use this style and it is appropriate for most standard doors.
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It can be a lot of fun to use iron door furniture such as door stops within your home. They are reasonably priced long lasting and they provide a great sense of style as well. If elegance and function is what you want to add to your home then cast iron is definitely the way to go. Magnetic door stops are a great way to update your home or business and replace older and less effective methods of holding doors open. Before the Victorian era a door stop was simply a heavy object placed in front of the door (this could be a brick or large rock even). Later door stops progressed through a series of designs from decorative heavy objects (usually metal) to rubber or wood stoppers jammed under the door and later to catches installed on the door to hold them open.