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Steady Door

By on February 19, 2017 in Product Feedback with 1 Comment

SteadyDoor is the perfect sized tool. It easily spans between two doors and is small enough to be conveniently stowed in a tool box. Overall dimension are just over 10 inches long and 1.5 inches wide. Just about the same size as that pile of junk shims you have been fighting all these years.

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Thanks to Steady Door for providing product to our feedback team, check back to see what they have to say!

Thanks to Roger Coulter of RWC Interiors for sharing photos!

Steady Door

5 5 1
We have had the opportunity to use this product on a couple jobs. They are sturdy and do everything as advertised. The teeth do hold doors tight. Nice product and way better then wooden sticks and everything else people try and use to keep doors upright and steady when spraying.

Steady Door

5 5 1
This product is designed way better than any others on the market (advanced i.e.) my biggest takeaway from using these is the doors really do not move once screwed in. No door damage unlike other. Rands that you have to pound in with a hammer. And it's also very important to note that the spacing of the steady door system allows for easy access to the connected door end corners while spraying. I've found that the other makers versions spacing are set too close together allowing blowback overspray to hit the door connected next to it. These are awesome and easy to store in your kit.

Steady door

5 5 1
Which works just as advertised. Fits nicely in my tool bag. Look forward to using it many times in the future
steadydoor Overall rating: ★★★★★ 5 based on 3 reviews
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  1. Rent A Painter SA says:

    This looks like a great idea.

    Looking forward to try them next time I can.

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