Garage Door Bottom Seal
1. Remove existing garage door bottom seal. Some garage door manufacturers will pinch the aluminum track to hold the bottom seal in place. To open a pinched track, insert a flathead screw driver, into the end of the track, and gently pry open the end, just enough to allow removal of the old door seal. Both ends of the track may need to be opened.
2. Make sure any debris in the track has been removed and that it is clean and dry. Straighten out any cramps in the track.
Quick Tip: Mix a bucket of water with some liquid dish soap or liquid laundry detergent. Place the seal in the soapy water and pull it out as you install it into the track.
3. Starting at either end of the garage door, insert the ¼” T-ends, attached to the ProSeal™ Garage Door Bottom Seal, into the track. Next, slide the ProSeal™ into the track, until it reaches the opposite side. Continue to pull the seal until you have approximately 2" protruding beyond the end of the track.
4. Leave 2" protruding on both sides, then use scissors to trim off the excess ProSeal™. If your door seal track was pinched and you wish to pinch it back together, use pliers to gently pinch the track back into place. Now tuck the 2" of excess seal back into the U-shaped opening. This will lock the seal in place.