With various stainless steel telescopic letter plates for UPVC doors and standard letter plates and interior tidies for wooden doors, you will be spoilt for choice as to which you choose. Stainless numerals, centre door knobs, door knockers and stainless bell pushes all available in both a polished and a satin stainless steel finish will complete the look of your front door.
As always, I did my preliminary research and preparation.&nbsp While research took some time, the preparation was minimal.&nbsp First, I had to get the bell.&nbsp I started out with trying to use several (15 or so) jingle bells that I already had and stringing them on a string.&nbsp I soon found out, it really takes quite a bit to make those things really jingle! As fate would have it, &nbspI was at one of our local &ldquodollar&rdquo stores and they had Christmas decorations out. &nbspI spotted an ornament that was made from a bell that was about 3 inches in diameter and seemed to have what I will call &ldquoeasy ring-ability!&rdquo&nbsp I purchased two and right after arriving home removed the decorative part of the ornaments and hung the bells on a string.&nbsp &nbspI then took that to the door, and adjusted the length of the string so that the bells fell right at Kasey&rsquos nose. So let us take a look at favorite 26 nice pictures outside hanging front door bell below.
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Be warned, as soon as it &ldquoclicks&rdquo and the dog knows that ringing the bell means going outside, be prepared for endless trips to the yard!&nbsp Unfortunately, when this happens, I think you need to go with it at first. Kasey rang that bell endlessly all day long!&nbsp But, I was trying to teach him that that was I wanted him to do when he needed to go out.&nbsp I had to oblige him.&nbsp For the first couple of days (I swear he had a devil look in his eyes and was laughing inside) I responded to the bell ringing, but if he did not potty right away, I brought him right back inside.&nbsp Even though, he would ring again right away, I kept doing that.&nbsp I still followed the old program of praise, treat, and play time for performing. After a couple of days, I started taking a little longer to respond to the bell, and he started slowing down on the ringing &ndash I think he started to realize that ringing the bell did not automatically mean going outside to play, or even just going outside to hang out in the yard.&nbsp There was never a reward of play time if there was no potty time!