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|Product Dimensions||16 x 16 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||53010|
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Auto Care Products Inc 53010 10-Feet Tsunami Seal Garage Door Threshold Seal Kit, Black
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- Lifetime Warranty
- Creates a barrier against water, leaves, dirt and snow
- Keeps out insects, snakes and rodents
- Garage stays warmer during the winter and cooler during the summer, all while saving on energy costs
- Works with roll up doors, hinged doors and walk through doors
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Creates a barrier against water, leaves, dirt and snow. Garage stays warmer during the winter and cooler. Includes Liquid Nails construction adhesive & caulking gun. Lifetime warranty. Made in USA. Choose from several size and color options
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The Tsunami Seal Garage Threshold Door Seal mounts to your garage floor creating the perfect seal between your door and your garage floor. The Garage Door Threshold Seal creates a tight seal for your garage door which will keep leaves, dirt, water and snow from being blown under the garage door by the wind. Also, if you have a sloped driveway or an uneven garage floor and water is seeping under your garage door, the Door Seal adds a 1/2-Inch tall barrier to the garage floor. The Door Seal will also help keep out unwanted insects and snakes. By creating a better seal, your garage will stay warmer during the winter and cooler during the summer, helping to keep your energy cost down.
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I noticed that amazon had different size lengths of the seal and my garage door across measured 9 feet across and so i ordered the smallest size that is 10 feet. Within a few days (4) the package arrived.
I first cleaned the area with a broom and then cleaned with rubbing alcohol and cut the seal down to 9 feet and put the seal down with the flat end facing towards the outside and the grooved portion facing the inside of the garage. and closed the garage door so that the seal from the garage door
made a snug fit with the Tsunami Seal.
I then used a pencil to outline the Tsunami seal both inside and outside and then lifted up
Used the caulking gun and the liquid nails and instead of using the glue strips as outlined in the directions i made two spirals and then reapplied the Tsunami seal and pushed down hard to make contact.
One minor problem that once i closed the garage door i could not lock it, so i removed the locking mechanism and lowered it one notch, the bottom
was easy since i went to the next hole, but i had to drill a hole on the upper portion and once this was done the locking mechanism did it's job.
I then left it that way for 24 hours.
Early on June 26, 2015 we had a heavy rain and no water got in the garage and obviously i was not going to write this review until it was tested and btw i am not a very good DIY person.
Installation was straightforward and took less than an hour. I do, however, have what I hope are a few helpful hints:
1) I have a 16' garage door opening (2-car garage), but purchased the 18' threshold. This was a good decision as simple cut-outs for the garage door tracks allowed for a nice extra foot on both ends of the threshold. This extra length provided a more stable and protective installation of the threshold.
2) BEFORE starting, go out a buy a "real" caulking gun. It is nice that one is included with the product, but it was awfully cheap and became totally useless in the middle of laying down the adhesive due to the handle of the gun bending (making it impossible to push out the adhesive).
3) BEFORE starting, make sure that the Liquid Nails adhesive is not too cold. Keep it inside or warm it up a bit before beginning because if the tubes are cool, it is a real bear to lay down rows of the adhesive without a great deal of extra effort (don't forget, you are laying down three lines of adhesive (over 50 feet for a typical two car garage).
4) BEFORE starting, reverse-roll the threshold (and keep it so rolled for some time). The heavy-duty construction of the seal and the fact that it comes rolled up fairly tight makes it difficult (especially at the ends) to get it to lay flat, and you need to have it lay flat for installation. Follow the instructions and leave the garage door completely closed for at least 24 hours -- I kept weighted boards on both ends of the threshold to keep it from curling up.
5) Some adhesive may squeeze out when the threshold is first laid down, and during the 24 hours with the weight of the garage door on it, some additional adhesive may squeeze out. To prevent any excess adhesive adhering to the bottom of the garage door (or garage door seal), I placed aluminum foil along the length of the outside edge of the threshold. Indeed some adhesive did get squeezed out, but the aluminum foil prevented it from sticking to the garage door bottom seal.
That's about it. Again, a great product and corrected what had been a longtime, ongoing problem.
I am driving a tractor and utv, riding mower over this thing, no problems with tearing or cracking, will update if I have any problems
After three years the adhesive still stuck to the concrete but the rubber edging works peeled from the adhesive. I now have to scrape the adhesive from the concrete and buy more adhesive. I expected this to last longer. I wonder if there is a more appropriate adhesive.