Cardinal Screen Door Magnets (5.75" x 5.75")
Cardinals are one of the most classic types of bird images we have all come to know and love. You get to express your love for this particular type of bird by showcasing a cardinal screen door magnet (5.75x5.75) on your very own screen door.
The northern cardinal is also called the common cardinal, redbird, and Virginia nightingale. But did you know that the most classic coloring, the deep, comprehensive, and vivid red color is the male? It is quite common to assume the female of the species would be more attractive. But in the wild, it is the male that must have the brighter coloring and fancier feathers in order to attract his potential female mates. Northern cardinals got their name because the males’ gorgeous red feathers reminded European settlers of the deep red clothing of Catholic cardinals. Not only that but the cardinal’s crest, the very top of the head of both males and females, is also evocative of the headgear that certain higher religious officials have been known to wear.
It is this rich red color that has most certainly attracted us as well. And you get to enjoy viewing a very happy cardinal couple in this particular screen door magnet. So, it looks like the male’s brilliant red coloring did indeed help him attract a lovely bird wife.
STOP! The screen is closed. Avoid accidentally walking into closed screen doors. With Cardinal screen magnets in place, it visually lets you, your guests and even your pets know the screen is closed.These adorable magnets have really caught on as the easiest, quickest and cheapest way to repair (cover) small screen holes.
But, what exactly are they?
- Flexible, rubberized magnetic material
- Die-cut designs of two identical magnets, which are placed back to back with the screening in between.
- Work on any type of screen material
- Will not rust and will stand up to adverse weather conditions.
Instructions: Each package contains 2 matching identically shaped reversed magnets with printing/design on each side.
- Separate the magnets and align on each side of the screen. Backsides of magnets must face each other.
- Just stick them together and bingo, the hole is gone.
These magnets will NOT work for roll-up or retractable screens.