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    That sounds perfect - post a pic for us please when you've got it installed. What a great idea to have a cat flap!

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    Here's the one I won. Was looking at couple of nice looking timber ones, but the cat flap in this was just a great idea!

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    I love it! I don't need one here, but that's the kind of thing you keep in the back of your mind as you never know.....

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    That's awesome!

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    Di is not going to comment as she pouts off and mutters...bloody baby gates.

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    Lol Di. Did you get yours back to the shop and exchanged yet?

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    Little tip for you DA, just coz I'm feeling nice, if you are going to put the stoppers against painted surfaces get a thin piece of sponge/felt/fleece to put between the stoppers and the paint. As much as they will tell you the rubber won't damage paintwork, over time it does leave marks. Putting the sponge in between stops any marks and you can tighten the gate as much as you like!

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    Thanks very much Grey's. Will do that for sure, because yes, I have just recently finished painting that doorframe. Great tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    Little tip for you DA, just coz I'm feeling nice, if you are going to put the stoppers against painted surfaces get a thin piece of sponge/felt/fleece to put between the stoppers and the paint. As much as they will tell you the rubber won't damage paintwork, over time it does leave marks. Putting the sponge in between stops any marks and you can tighten the gate as much as you like!
    I agree they can leave a mark, but if you put something in between the rubber thingies and the wall...they might not "stick" and they can move...just food for thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Lol Di. Did you get yours back to the shop and exchanged yet?
    Doing that Monday but actually thinking I may keep it as it is a hallway one and get another for the laundry. Pretty will mainly be in our bedroom during initial recovery and the pups would not get to her. hmmm the door one would just go in the bedroom doorway..they are portable, Di. ..am rambling, will let you know later when I am a tad more lucid lol.

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