|Fig.1 Garage door|
Supplies and Tools:
Clean rag, or towel
I was called by a client in Santa Clarita, California. They were selling their home and moving to Colorado. After the Realtor checked each room of their beautiful home, she requested a huge laundry list of repairs that needed to be addressed immediately. One job was to clean the garage door seal.
This post shows the four steps to cleaning the garage rubber strip at the bottom of the door.
Step 1: Roll up the garage door and inspect the black rubber seal. Check to see if the seal is cracked or cut. If not precede to the next step and fig.1 shows the opened garage door.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the seal is dirty, a rag dipped in soapy water will remove the dirt and leave the seal clean.
|Fig.2 Dirty seal|
|Fig.4 Clean the seal|
|Fig.5 Job done|
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