Garage Door Threshold Seal Glue

Garage Door Threshold Seal Glue
Item# E6000
$9.00
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Garage Door Threshold Seal Glue
Garage Door Threshold Seal Glue
Product Description
E-6000 comes in a 3.7 oz tube. Our garage door threshold seal glue a contains thick, permanent bonding adhesive. Its a tough, flexible and highly versatile rubber based compound that exhibits exceptional adhesive, contact adhesive and sealant qualities. One tube will do 10' of threshold seal.
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COMMENT: Just in case we need extra! by S S 8/2/2017
COMMENT: I had this installed on one of my two garage doors. It has been 2 years now and the shield has not peeled up at all. by Leel K 7/29/2017
QUESTION: how much E6000 glue does it take to seal a 16 foot threshold? by jerry f 8/16/2016
STAFF ANSWER: 2 glues would work great ! by Taylor M a
QUESTION: Is there a maximum temperature to apply the glue for the stripping? by Shady D 7/3/2016
ANSWER: I don't know for sure, however since I love in Texas and when I installed the seal it was 102 in the shade you should not have problem. by Eric W a
QUESTION: Can I install the weather seal with this glue in sub-freezing weather? by Bob K 11/19/2015
QUESTION: I know the instructions for the installation of the threshold say "not recommended on painted or treated surfaces." However, I plan to try this as it is the best solution in combination with a new ultra bottom seal already purchased all this and received last week. My floor has a commercial grade epoxy with vinyl chips. I know there is no guarantee, but what is the best seal "glue" to use to try this out? The E6000 or should I purchase something else? Again, I know there is know guarantee, but this is my best bet for a solution if I am willing to try. by Diana G 9/6/2015
ANSWER: Diana G.<br /><br /> The E6000 will work fine on the epoxy surface your garage has as long as you prepare the surface properly. I applied the seal to an epoxy surface this time last year and it is holding up excellently. <br /><br /> First, using a cleaner like Windex, clean the floor along the route the seal will be placed. With the door closed, run blue tape / masking tape along each side of the bottom of the door. With the door open, you can see exactly where the seal will go, no guess work involved. <br /><br /> Second, using sand paper, lightly scuff the epoxy surface between the lines of tape. Then, clean the area with only a damp cloth, no cleaner. Conduct a dry run by placing the seal between the two lines of tape WITHOUT using the glue. Close the garage door to double check everything is lined up. <br /><br /> Third, if all is OK, ensure the bottom of the seal is clean, then apply the glue to the bottom of the seal and place the seal between the two lines of tape. My technique was to apply the glue to small sections at a time, approximately 18" to 24" in length <br /><br /> Fourth, upon completion close the garage door, allowing the pressure of the door to help in the bonding process. I kept the door closed for about 12 hours overnight.<br /><br /> Suggestion: I applied the glue to the seal quite liberally and used two tubes when only one was suggested. I believe this helped in making it water tight. I hope this information is of some help.<br />Greg H. by Gregory H a
ANSWER: I used the e6000 on a floor which was coated with epoxy paint with no issues. I could not speak to every coating but it worked for me. I did purchase additional e6000 than recommended. An extra tube to ensure coverage. Just wanted to have enough. I did use it. by Michael M a
ANSWER: I used the e6000 on a floor which was coated with epoxy paint with no issues. I could not speak to every coating but it worked for me. I did purchase additional e6000 than recommended. An extra tube to ensure coverage. Just wanted to have enough. I did use it. by Michael M a
ANSWER: I have found that E6000 is holding the seal to my epoxied garage floor, however I throughly cleaned the strip where the seal was to attached and roughened it with sandpaper to create a better adhering surface. We laid the rubber seal out and let the garage door on it to hold it place and then used a marker to outline where it was and when sanded in between the lines. It work great and keeps a lot dirt and leaves out. by Eric W a
STAFF ANSWER: I have never had a problem with E6000 in the past. I recommend this. by Matthew O a