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There are so many designs to choose from if you choose iron door furniture like decorative door stops. You can find exciting animal designs including rabbits ducks whales dogs cats and more. There are even stops available made out of superhero and cartoon characters. Many shapes can be chosen from too such as book shapes fruit shapes toy shapes and a whole lot more. Whether you have a modern décor style in your home or you use a country styles of décor youll find that modern iron door furniture looks great with both styles. Usually these stops are made from cast iron but they have a finish that is either copper or brushed nickel.
The slower or faster the door opened made no difference on the hard surfaces while the slower you opened the door on the carpet the longer it would take to engage because it would slightly slide back before engaging. As for the strength the stronger you forced the door open the quicker on both surfaces the unit jammed the door. I would recommend it for college students; who want to keep unruly friends out of their dorm room while sleeping renters and travelers who are looking for an inexpensive way to stay safe at there home away from home. Remember the best time to learn you lesson about personal security and self defense is before something happens. Adam Sisterhen is the president of Your Personal Security Store and author of personal security and self defense articles.
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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.