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“I have used this product before and was satisfied enough to use them on my new shop. They are easy to install and to order and yes I would recommend them to others. The last ones I had were in place for over ten years before we sold the property. I am hoping these will do as well or better.
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Installing Garage Shield
Garage Shield Garage Door Threshold Is Easy To Install!
Read All Directions Before Starting Work
Apply Garage Shield Threshold to clean, dry concrete at temperatures above 40ºF (5ºC). You do not have to remove existing weatherstripping from door bottom. Not recommended for use on broken concrete or gravel.
Tools You will Need
All materials are supplied in the kit. You will need a tape measure, caulk gun, utility knife and a pencil. Use the adhesive included in the kit.
Fitting the threshold
- With the garage door open, center Threshold between the garage door track (the channel the door rollers ride in) (A). Trim length if necessary.
- Now lower the garage door down on top of the center of the Threshold. (B). Notch Threshold around doorjambs if necessary. Trace along the inside edge of the Threshold with a pencil. Raise garage door without moving Threshold and trace along the outside edge.
- Remove the Threshold and apply two continuous rows of adhesive 1/4 inch (.65cm) inside of the pencil lines. Apply a third row in a zigzag pattern between the two rows (C). Place the Threshold between the pencil lines and press into place. Carefully apply pressure to the Threshold to spread the adhesive uniformly. Make sure the Threshold is still between the lines.
- Close garage door and keep constant pressure on the Garage Shield® allowing a minimum of 24 hours for the adhesive to dry before driving over it.
Note: It may be necessary to adjust the garage door side locks or your electric garage door opener due to a change in the door’s position. Refer to your original manufacturer’s guidelines for these procedures.