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Frost King

Model # GR9

Internet # 100185922

Store SKU # 228614

E/O 3 in. x 108 in. Top and Sides Vinyl Garage-Door Weather-Strip

$8.47 /piece
  • Use on most garage doors to help seal out drafts,dust,water
  • Compatible with saddle thresholds/9 ft. Length
  • Rigid, vinyl-base section with a flexible, vinyl sweep

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Model # GR9

Internet # 100185922

Store SKU # 228614

Store SO SKU # 1000094131

The Thermwell Products 3 in. x 108 in. Dual-Vinyl Garage-Door Weather-Strip Seal features a rigid, vinyl-base section with a flexible, vinyl sweep. The seal is designed to seal out drafts, dust, dirt and water around the sides and tops of garage doors. Proper insulation around the garage door helps turn that space into a work area in the winter.

  • Use on the tops and sides of garage doors to help seal out drafts, dust, dirt and water
  • 9 ft. Length
  • Compatible with saddle thresholds
  • Rigid, vinyl-base section with a flexible, vinyl sweep

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
2.75 
Product Height (in.) 
108.0 
Product Width (in.) 
Details
Builders Hardware Product Type 
Door Threshold 
Color Family 
Whites 
Color/Finish 
White 
Commercial / Residential 
Residential 
Material 
PVC 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year 

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can it be attached using a brad nailer?

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November 2, 2015
since i will be attaching the weather strip to the 2x6 inner wood frame of the garage, can 2 inch brad nails be used or will it go right through the vinyl?
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January 4, 2016
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Yes, an 18 gauge nailer will work fine with 2- 21/2" nails, though you might want to wait until it's warm(ish) outside. This might be cheap PVC which shatters on impact. Test a piece that will be leftover first. Otherwise, 1 1/4" striated nails meant for aluminum coil trim, will work well.
As for the Frost King "expert"-- he should worry himself with making 7' pieces-- the normal size of the side
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Yes, an 18 gauge nailer will work fine with 2- 21/2" nails, though you might want to wait until it's warm(ish) outside. This might be cheap PVC which shatters on impact. Test a piece that will be leftover first. Otherwise, 1 1/4" striated nails meant for aluminum coil trim, will work well.
As for the Frost King "expert"-- he should worry himself with making 7' pieces-- the normal size of the side pieces-- versus wasting our money with 2ft extra and speculating on stuff of which he knows little (like brad nailing).
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December 28, 2015
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I attached it using a finish nailer. I think a brad nailer should be fine if you adjust it properly.
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November 3, 2015
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It will probably go right thru the vinyl if using a nailer.
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Can this be painted to match the garage door?

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July 27, 2015
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Yes.
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December 10, 2014
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Yes. I used a stain-blocking oil primer (because that's what I had on hand) and exterior latex paint.
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Yes it can be painted.
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can this b used on wood door not vinyl door

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August 27, 2013
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April 29, 2015
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I used this with a wood door and it worked fine. Holding up great too. No shrinking or cracking like others experienced and it really helped keep the garage warmer as well as the room above the garage.
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December 10, 2014
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I don't see why not. The rigid part attaches to the molding around your door, while the flexible part just rests against the surface of the door, so I don't think it would matter what your door is made of.
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August 28, 2013
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Yes it can be used on a wood Door. The type of Material on the garage door does not matter. This product attaches to the stops around the door not the door itself.
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Frost King E/O Dual-vinyl Garage door weather strip. What is the best way to install? Masonry screws or adhesive?

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May 11, 2013
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I used regular finish nails since I was attaching it to the wooden door jambs. If you don't have wood and just masonry, since you're asking about masonry screws, then I would recommend using masonry screws. You can also use adhesive but I'd also use some screws too to hold it in place until the adhesive dries. Since the weatherstrip flap is going to be under some tension pressing up against the garage Read More
I used regular finish nails since I was attaching it to the wooden door jambs. If you don't have wood and just masonry, since you're asking about masonry screws, then I would recommend using masonry screws. You can also use adhesive but I'd also use some screws too to hold it in place until the adhesive dries. Since the weatherstrip flap is going to be under some tension pressing up against the garage door the adhesive alone won't hold it in place before it dries. Read Less
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December 23, 2013
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Mine came with its own self tapping stainless screws.
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It really depends on the materail you are mounting to. if it's masonary, then use that type of screw. It the material is siding with wood behind use Stainless steel nails (prevents rusting). Adhesive in these situations is not the best material for securely installing the product.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good product It cut easily and smooth on my miter saw... being ever so careful not to get sawdust in my Budweiser. It sealed my garage doors up tighter than a frogs butt and I reckon it'll probably pay for its self in 50 years. March 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap garbage. Don't waste your time or money on this. The material is to thin for the application. It is the lowest quality garage-door weather strip I have EVER used. February 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Shrinks, Shrinks, Shrinks The Un-Amazing Disappearing Weather Strip I installed this weatherstrip prior to having my house painted so everything would get painted at the same time. Less than a week later it had shrunk and curled on the bottom so I cut the damaged section out and replaced it with a new piece of the proper length that I had left over. That lasted about another week before shrinking another inch at the bottom and slightly less at the top. It appears the sun affects it as the side of the door that is shaded had less shrinkage. This was temps in the 90's at most. I can't imagine what it would have done in the summer heat in 110's plus. This was a complete waste of time and effort to install as it had to be removed and returned for a refund. November 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Home Improvement Project! The weather stripping around our garage was yellowed and cracked. The door are oversize, so it was hard to find weather stripping long enough that it didn't have to be pieced. I found just the right thing on HomeDepot.com. My teenage sons were able to take down the old and put up the new. It looks great, and was a valuable learning experience for my boys! September 8, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works for the Price Was a little disappointed with the thickness of the product. It is only about 1/4 in. thick. Other than that, it was easy to install. November 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy. Shrinks and warps in sun. To be clear, the rigid vinyl part is 2" wide, and the flap adds another inch. I purchased 7 of these to replace similar aged seals on my two garage doors (the flaps had become brittle). After a few weeks in the southern Californian sun, the seals started shrinking and warping, to the point where they were pulled off the nails. On a 7' length the shrinkage was more than an inch. Total waste of time, money and paint; have to find a better quality replacement and do the whole job again. October 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor Quality The material is brittle and cracks when nailed. Returning to store for refund. November 22, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by weather strip Easy to use, it would be nice if it came in a 16 foot section for double doors. September 27, 2015
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