Bug Netting - Rear Doors, Ford Transit
If you love the fresh air of "camping" and hate biting bugs like mosquitos, you will love this door netting! It seems very sturdy and well-made, and It fit perfectly and smoothly. In fact, the netting, once it's properly positioned and attached to the self-stick velcro you've applied to the door frame, creates a very good barrier to bugs where it's pulled over the rubber door seals. I didn't even use the continuous roll of velcro. I got very good closure by simply using small 3" pieces of the self-stick "hook" half of the velcro, evenly spaced around the door frame, about every 18"-24". It's enough to hold the netting quite securely, which fits so well over the rubber door seals that it eliminates any gaps where bugs might enter. And if any velcro pieces wear out, or quit sticking to the door frame, they can be very easily replaced. Love this thing!!! I recommend using a few small 1" pieces of the self stick velcro to temporarily hold the door netting in place at first, to get a sense of just where you should run the final permanent line of the self-stick velcro for the best fit. Mine fit beautifully! I love this thing!!!