What is a door and window seal strip ?

door and window seal strip

High-quality grooved sealing strip anti-aging rubber profile/rubber sealing strip/wooden door sealing strip

Wooden door groove rubber sealing strip

Groove wooden door sealing strip can insert the sealing strip into the door stop line of the wooden door, and there are grooves on it, which is characterized by firm installation and not easy to fall off. The elasticity and flexibility of the wooden door can not only seal the door sealing gap, but also reduce the impact sound when the door is knocked, so as to prolong the service life of the door, so it is also called the explosion-proof article sealing strip and the anti-shock article sealing strip.

Grooved sealing strips are made of PVC/PU/TPE or silicone rubber, widely used in wooden doors to reduce vibration and provide excellent sealing, thus protecting the door from damage.

door and window seal strip  Advantage

1. Good anti-friction, anti-aging, and anti-corrosion effects

2. Weatherproof and vandal-resistant can be formed, molded, painted, and screen printed.

3. Non-corrosive, non-toxic, chemical resistant.

4. Soft, high-impact strength.

5. Non-warping and stain-resistant.

6. Easy to clean and maintain.

7. Simple operation, including glue, nail, cut, or shape.

How to install door and window seals?

Step 1: Prepare the area and take measurements.

First, clean the door and frame, removing as much dust and debris as possible. If dirt remains after scrubbing with soapy water, consider using fine-grit sandpaper to remove residue.

Step 2: Measure the door frame.

Be sure to measure twice, once along the sides and once along the top. These measurements may vary.

Step 3: Choose the correct weatherstripping.

Weatherstripping comes in a variety of materials. Each has advantages and disadvantages. The advantages of pu weather strip is cheap and easy to cut and install, slightly more expensive is foam weather stripping which is easy to install, while the foam is more wear-resistant than felt, and neither has the durability of rubber which is the most expensive choose. Rubber insulation works well, but can be a little difficult to install. Unlike other options, it usually has to be fastened in place.

Step 4: Cut the weatherstripping into sections and inspect the cut.

With your weatherstripping of choice ready, go ahead and cut three pieces—one for the top and two for the sides.

STEP 5: Adjust the cut if needed.

Secure each piece of weatherstripping to the door frame to verify you’ve cut it to length before you begin permanently applying the new weatherstripping. It’s okay if they’re a little too long; you can trim off the excess once the strips are in place.

Step 6: Nail, snap or glue the weatherstripping to the door.

If there is adhesive on the back of the product, remove it and press it into place around the door frame, not the door itself. Even if your weatherstripping has adhesive, you may want to reinforce the installation with heavy-duty staples or small nails. Both of these methods will help keep the weatherstripping in place over time.

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