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Seal on bottom of cheap composite door is fubared. It’s letting a gale in down the hall.


It’s only a small T section less than 10mm deep but I can’t find anything suitable. Checked out places like seal direct.

 

where else is good for these?

 

otherwise I might have to look at trying to slide a brush seal down the base of the door. I think the 4.8mm width of the brush seal base might fit.

 

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Looks like I need to keep it 5mm wide to fit in both these channels. Hence why I thought a brush seal might work instead 66FBD0BE-B3B9-4078-99D1-013814E49965.thumb.jpeg.bc905de90cf18a5e3926a6020425685e.jpeg

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4 minutes ago, Simplysimon said:

https://www.reddiplex.com/custom-extrusions/

 

may be a tad expensive for the amount required though

 

I honestly expected this to the most common rubber profile available seeing that its just a cheap composite door. Those cheap knock offs you see advertised everywhere.

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16 minutes ago, PeterW said:

Try George Culley’s in Rochdale. 
 

looks a bit like this if it’s 5mm x 10mm (you’re looking for T Seal)

 

https://georgeculley.co.uk/products/per-mt-t-section-10-mm-x-5-mm-black-silicone-extrusion-extruded-rubber-seal


that looks like it would fit but at £20/m he can go and do one.

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Of all the things, I’ve found a Crittal window seal profile that I think would fit. 
 

Need to order some and give it a go. Don’t fancy another winter with a draughty hallway.

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