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Hopefully the picture shows up. I need a temporary door for this doorway. I have some rubber flooring out-gassing on the other side of that plastic and it's not the best barrier, and especially with me going in and out if there daily. I'm hoping to put some kind of inexpensive door there without altering anything. I was thinking maybe a pre hung frame in there but I want a way to mount it reasonably sturdy without screwing or nailing it into the finished jamb surface there.

Or any better ideas?
 

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From the post, I don't know what you mean about:
Temporary door
Out gassing rubber
What is the opening you have?
What is the size?
How do you expect to install it without attaching it to something?
 

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From the post, I don't know what you mean about:
Temporary door
Out gassing rubber
What is the opening you have?
What is the size?
How do you expect to install it without attaching it to something?
it's all in the pic. i was more asking about temporary door solutions for my exact situation in the picture, and a way to get it mounted reasonably solidly (enough for me to carefully go in and out) without actually screwing into what you see there. i was gonna concern myself with the size once i had an idea what to look for.

my new rubber gym flooring smells very rubbery due to the outgassing process. it's getting in the house and is annoying/giving my wife a headache.

i appreciate your reply. but, the person below you made the perfect suggestion for my needs. i didnt even think of a zipper. that'll allow me to get a complete seal as opposed to the velcro i'm currently using.
 
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