I am so excited that I found a security
door product that I have been looking for. With the break- ins you
hear about this time of the year, I always was looking for a product
to secure your doors. I have found and sold many, and they are
great. But most of the time you honestly needed a professional to
install it for you. Most of the contractors that I talked to would
charge up to $300 to install a security door bar. I really wanted
a product that the homeowner could install himself and that it would
be economical. And I found it. It’s called the Door Devil.
It has several more security features that the other (more
expensive) products have. When you close your door you have a plate
that covers the area of the dead bolt. (They all do) But the Door
Devil takes it a step farther. There are bolts that go on the
hinge side of the door that you install right around the area that
burglars kick in on the door. So now you secure the door on both
sides. Those bolts go into the door and when the door closes they go
into the door frame. The other bar that goes on to the dead bolt
side of the door frame, it has a sight curve on the cut out for the
dead bolt. So now you have complete door security, for an affordable
price. And you can install it yourself. My slogan is : The Door
Devil gives burglars a devil of a time getting through your door!
Now to the email….
Question: Johnnie I am having tons of
company over for the holidays. I have a couple of rugs that I know
are a little slippery on the bottom. The last thing I want is to
have my aunt slip because of those rugs. I really like my kitchen
rugs and they match my décor- so I don’t want to get rid of them.
Got any suggestions?
Answer: Use the Fiber Lok on
the back of those rugs and they won’t be slippery again. You can
wash and dry the rugs like normal, but the backing will not peel off
Question: I know you have a book and I
want the latest one, which one is it?
Answer: The Best of Johnnie Chuoke,
Vol 10. It makes a great stocking stuffer. The price is $9.95 and
3.65 for shipping.
Question: I have a tiny leak on the
roof that I think I get rid of and then later when it rains – I
realize that I haven’t. It’s so frustrating, because I have to
repair the ceiling inside the house every time. I even called a
roofer and he confirmed he fixed it- but no. So do you have any
ideas of what will work?
Answer: Through The Roof works
every time. It’s a clear product that you can brush on in a area
of the roof that you are having problems with and it will seal it for
10 years. Through The Roof comes in a gallon and quart, and
also a caulk that you can use around pipes on the roof. That’s why
they call it Through the Roof, because of the pipes that go through
the roof. Hardware guys are so clever!
Question: I know you talked about a
little heater that you liked, and I really would like one to go in
our pump house. I am expecting really cold weather because I live in
the hill country and when it freezes – I have no water. Can I put
that little heater in my pump house? Does it automatically shut off?
Answer: The Big Heat is the
best little portable heater we have ever found. At 6”x6”x6” –
it’s small enough to carry all around the house. It has a handle
on top for convenience. It has a thermostat on The Big Heat,
so you can turn it on and heat a room up quickly, and then turn it
down. It will come on again when the room chills up. Putting it in
the pump house is a great idea. Let me tell you about a small
product that you probably want to buy also. It’s called a Thermo
Cube. The Thermo Cube will automatically turn power on
and off according to outside air temperature. The Thermo Cube
will turn on at 35 degrees and shut off at 45 degrees. So it’s
great for heat tape, tank de-icers and heat lamps.