weather-strip


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weath·er-strip

(wĕth′ər-strĭp′)
tr.v. weath·er-stripped, weath·er-strip·ping, weath·er-strips
To fit or equip with weather stripping.
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The extra fast cure (XFC) grades of Nordel EPDM are said to allow OEMs to create high quality dynamic and static automotive weather-strip products more efficiently so brand owners can meet increasing consumer and regulatory demands for lightweight, fuel-efficient cars with dampened vibrations, isolated road noise and appealing aesthetics, according to the company.
A weather-strip is typically an extruded elastomers bulb with complex geometry and curved shape.
V-Seal can also be used to weather-strip loose windows, and is especially useful for double-hung windows that have small gaps at the bottom and top when closed.
Weather-strip, seal and caulk leaky doors and windows and install foam gaskets behind outlet covers.
Products include weather-strip seals, glass encapsulation, modular sealing systems and anti-vibration components.
Packmate also has a hook-n-look tab to keep the zipper in place and a weather-strip to keep air drafts out.
Noise can't travel from one room to another if you weather-strip the door just as you would do for an exterior door.
When the cold snap ends, owners can weather-strip properly, carefully pulling off the tape, which won't leave a residue.
Buy a tube of weather-strip adhesive, a can of nonflammable spray brake cleaner and a can of spray silicone (all are available at any auto parts store).
Also try installing Iow-flow shower heads for only about $20 a piece, Each one saves $40 ayear ir you have a gas water heater and $80 ir you have ah electric, Finally, caulk and weather-strip your windows and doors for only about $10 En material.
Make sure weather-strip material resists ultraviolet radiation damage.