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84 in. Platinum White Collection Door Weatherstrip Replacement

$10.98 /each
  • Superior door weatherstrip provides year round comfort
  • Easy to install into slotted door jamb
  • Keeps out wind water rain and dust

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Platinum Collection Door Weatherstrip Replacement is made from 100% non-toxic recyclable material. With greater durability than existing door seals, keeping heat in during the winter and heat out during the summer has never been easier. Guaranteed never to crack, fade or peel.

  • Superior seal provides year-round comfort
  • Made from non-toxic recyclable material
  • Installs easily into slotted door jambs
  • Keep out unwanted wind, water, rain and dust

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does the seal have glue on it?

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can the door seal stick to the door frame?
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Bremerton, WA, USA
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No adhesive. It fits into a groove in the door jamb.
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No, it does not have glue on it. It is designed to replace the weatherstrip that has a mounting tab that goes into a slot in the stop molding. This is a common design for steal dores with wood jams.
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Hi, They are showing a Weather-strip. Now a door seal is a different product although a weather-strip can be considered a seal when door is closed. Look on package or information if "seal" has adhesive then in must stick on one side or the other. Not to make it complicated just the product they show is a strip that is made to replace current door weather-strip and they don't need adhesive to work. They Read More
Hi, They are showing a Weather-strip. Now a door seal is a different product although a weather-strip can be considered a seal when door is closed. Look on package or information if "seal" has adhesive then in must stick on one side or the other. Not to make it complicated just the product they show is a strip that is made to replace current door weather-strip and they don't need adhesive to work. They fit in a slot in the door jamb called a kerf. Hope this helps. Let me know exactly what product you are thinking of purchasing or if you are looking for a Sticky sealing product. Good Luck. If it is quicker if you are wanting a stick product, then a weather-strip is available in different sizes and lengths. MD makes several of them and they stock plenty at your Home Town Home Depot. Read Less
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No,it slips into a "kerf" (small machined cut) in the door frame. The old one slides or pulls out. Make sure you get all the old pieces out if old and weathered. These are very common you can go to door department and look at how it's installed and works. Good Luck!
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does this go in between the two doors were the close

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long time passed, my answer hope can help with later buyers.
This weather strip just normal seal strip. Now a door seal is a different product although a weather-strip can be considered a seal when door is closed.so the answer is yes, it use in this area.
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If you are asking about double doors, then I don't know. I have not worked on them.
This goes between the door and the stop molding part of the jam. (The part that door closes against.) It provides a seal between the stop molding and the door.
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If you have your Question Phrased I would say yes. But it is attached to Main door frame. is not part of Storm Door assembly. It is easy to install You must have the same in place or you will have to purchase a wood or mdf. door stop with that "cut" kerf weather strip ready.
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August 1, 2014
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No this does not go between two door, that piece is called an astragal, this weatherstrip is for the perimeter and fits into the jamb.
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Does this have an adhesive strip so that I can stick it around the door

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and how thick it is, is it of a material that can be squeezed or spongy like the one I have on my front door
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No adhesive strip - it fits into the door frame. The material is spongy - feels like a sponge covered in vinyl. Hope that helps!
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It slides into a groove in the door jamb. If your door does not have such a groove you may want to look for something else.
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No, adhesive does not come with the weatherstrip.
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Can this door seal slide under door stop

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Trying to find out if this door seal can slide under door stop on other types of doors by lifting up
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If there is an existing groove, yes.
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If I understand your question, you want to use this to seal at the bottom of the door. If that is the case, then while you could probably make it work, there are better ways to do it. It is not designed for this application, and would suffer from the foot traffic.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works but doesn't fit as well as original. I bought this to replace a worn out weather stripping on one side of front door. I needed 3 packs, each 84' length. Removing old and installing replacement was easy. When I closed the door to check the gap between the door and frame you could see a small gap in some areas or that it didn't look as clean. If you have any gaps <1/4 then it looks fine. If gap is 1/4 or more, then you might have problems. It because the fold is like triangle bend vs the orig which was more round shape. Its a slightly more stuffer than the orig. foam one. So if have big gaps then better go with the Frost King one instead. Thank you August 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy installation I was surprised at just how easy this was to install. The existing weatherstrip was losing its effectiveness and it was time to upgrade. The way this installs its by fitting snugly into the door frame - there is no sticky surface to fight with. Took all of five minutes to remove the old one (which installed the same way) and put in this new one. The quality feels good, and the white color blends in nicely. August 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install I probably should have paid more attention to the package. I thought I was getting replacement weatherstripping for the entire door. This package is just one 84" length -- good for one side of the door frame. It was very easy to install and sits well in the door frame. The door closes without any issue. I'll have to pick up a couple more packages to replace all around the door frame. December 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Easy Replacement I bought this to replace about a two-foot segment of the original weatherstripping my dog had chewed off on the bottom part of my front door. This was a perfect match for color and style of weatherstripping, so that was a very strong point. I simply cut the old weatherstripping about an inch or two above where it had been chewed up to make a square bottom edge, made a square cut on the new insulation, cutting it about an inch longer than needed. I butted the two square cuts together, inserted the flat side into the groove in the door jamb and ran it all the way to the bottom of the door. At the very bottom, I ensured it was tucked back inside the sill plate, cut off the extra material I had left to be sure it would be long enough, and that was it. The gap was sealed perfectly to light and any air loss or penetration. Easy fix, effective, and very good value. June 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy replacement installation if existing door frame has standard groves. If your existing weatherstrip is worn, hopefully your door frame has standard groves that will allow you to install this replacement strip. Simply cut to length you need for either the door step or the side frames, remove the existing strip, and then install the new strip. For longer door frames, it can be difficult to pull the new strip through to the ends. I also would recommend leaving a little extra when you start since having the strip too short would negate its purpose of sealing the door frame when the door is closed. The corners are difficult, but if you cut on an angle, it should line up well enough to seal the corners as well. February 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by installs in minutes If you need to replace one section of a door's weatherstrip this will do fine. One side of our front door's strip had worn out. We pulled the old strip out, wiped the door jamb clean with a rag and inserted this replacement. You will want to be sure that your door has a slot that matches this strip. No tools or adhesives needed, it installs in a minute. February 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much better than old seal 2 days after moving into our bew home I felt a significant amount of cold air coming in on the knob side of the exterior door jambs. The top and hinge jambs have the magnetic compression stripping so i only needed 2 of these, one for each door. Ripped out the bulb type stripping on both doors and replaced with this. Can still see daylight but no more draft and im happy with that. Very easy to install and removing the old kerf stripping took some work but once it popped in ine place the redt came right out. January 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good seal, but not enough for entire door I had a exterior door that was needling to have the weather stripping replaced, as I could see day light coming in through the crack. Installation was easy enough, remove the old stripping and then just press this into place, no glue or nails required. My only complaint about this product is that there is only enough material to do 1 edge of the door. If you need to replace all of the weather stripping. this will require 3 packs as there is not enough remnant left over to do across the top of the door. It provides a good seal, as we've had this installed for 3+ months with no issue. but I just wish there was more of the product on the roll, which is why I gave it only 3 stars. October 15, 2015
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