I've bought a few (3 or 4) of these to replace older door bottoms. They are fine for a short-term solution, but the rubbery plastic strips start tearing off within a few months. Looking for more-sturdy solution as I write this. If you just want to stop cold/warm air from rushing in while you figure out what to do, these are fine.
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Aug 23, 2016
I have refinished three of my exterior doors. This product is a perfect fit for making sure my door bottoms are sealed from the elements. As an added fix, I used thin balsa shims to fill in the gaps between the door bottom and the inside of the weather strip after aligning and making the screw holes. Cut thin sheets of 36"x3" hobby balsa in half to make perfect shims.