door plug

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door plug by kenwshmt Aug 13, 2012
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53 mm by 45 mm cylinder.

It fills the standard hole in a door when there is no nob or bolt.


Plastic shrinkage will give you a bit of play, you might wrap it once with tape to fill the small gap, or scale it up by what ever amount your plastic shrinks. or just tape over the plug end.

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It looks much better than the wash rag that was crammed through the hole.

Simply brilliant -- thank you for posting this idea. I've been staring at a taped-over hole in one of my doors for over a year and never thought of this! Mine (Stanley steel door) needed a 55mm diameter plug, plus I added a flange on one side to seal out the weather.