Creative and colourful fridge magnets don’t have to be a thing of the past! No matter how old you get or what your décor includes a fun fridge magnet is one step to making your house a home.
Make your fridge frightening this Halloween with DIY fridge magnets! Add ghosts, goblins, or ghouls to your fridge this Halloween using our flexible magnetic sheets, with a range of colours and sizes available you can create any decoration you desire in just three simple steps.
Have you ever seen a problem that you immediately want to solve? Start to think of an idea in your head right away well one customer, Steven, saw an issue and immediately knew how magnets could provide the solution.
Magnets offer a range of solutions, and we constantly hear of the extraordinary things which our customers plan to use our magnets for, and we love nothing more than to hear back from our customers and see exactly how our products have been used! One customer, Maureen Edwards, has been kind enough to send some images across of how exactly she used our FerroFlex self-adhesive tape and an MagFlex® A3 flexible magnetic sheet to amend the opening underneath her boiler. Having used the adhesive backing on the FerroFlex® self-adhesive tape,... Read More
In a modern-day kitchen, built in appliances are a very popular choice, allowing things such as your fridge and freezer to be hidden away behind cupboard doors. Whilst your kitchen looks visually pleasing, it takes away the option to be able to pin up reminders, drawings or photos to your fridges with magnets. As a result of this, our experts often get calls on how they can create a surface for them to able to use magnets on. APPLICATION: 1. Simply peel the backing off. 2. Next apply the sheet... Read More
The use of magnets does not need to be complicated. In fact, some of the simple ideas are the best ones! Recently we helped a customer with a simple home DIY trick for their tumble dryer door. Their tumble dryer sits on top of their washing machine and the door to the dryer kept closing whilst they were loading and unloading from the machine. They needed a solution to keep the door open when required. The customer advised the team that their dryer door was made from chrome plastic, which... Read More
At any party, especially at Christmas it is easy to get carried away. As the food, wine and merriment begin to flow, it is even easier to lose track of which glass belongs to whom. It is also tradition for dinner party hosts and hostesses to offer their guests a small favour. By making your own wine glass charms you can prevent any glass-related confusion and give your guests a classy little gift. Here is what you will need: 22mm diameter memory wire rings Decorative beads or charms Magnetic jewellery... Read More
Every time you open your fridge, as regular as clockwork, you are greeted by the welcoming glow of the light coming from somewhere at the back of your appliance. Unarguably an incredibly useful feature, that, as technology has progressed has seen the functionality and performance increase to super-efficient LED lights that are turned on and off by a reed switch, as if by magic. All well and good, but not if you don’t want your fridge or freezer light to turn on automatically when you open the door. Why would... Read More
If you have a mug tree in your kitchen, you will know that they generally only hold about six to eight mugs. Now, most households have far more mugs than this in their kitchen cupboards taking up valuable cupboard space. A solution using magnets is the perfect answer, particularly if you like to show off your collection of mugs, like Myra from Somerset. Myra approached us seeking the perfect magnets to hang her mugs on the side of her fridge-freezer so that they were easily accessible and always within reach... Read More