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I have a screened in pool with two screen doors. The patio has pavers with rounded edges. The problem is that the wiper on the screen doors leaves gaps where the bugs can crawl in. Does anyone have a good idea how to fill the gaps? Thanks in advance, Ross
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Ross Mac wrote:

I am guessing you are trying to seal the door against the pavers. I don't think there is a way you can do that other than to install some sort of surface to the pavers the gasket can seal against and that would likely create a place to trip on.
Screen doors are good at stopping flying insects, but not much good at crawling insects.
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fill it with diazon :o)
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How about using a doorsweep with longer, more flexible bristles? Tom
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Florida cockroaches can get under the tiniest crevices,same for fire- ants,and other nasties. Use pesticides.
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Spray a barrier of Demon at the doorways. It's available at do-it-yourself pest control stores.
I live in Florida and find it quite effective.
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