Keeping front door seals in place?

Discussion in 'DIY' started by Excognito, May 21, 2013.

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  1. My front door seals keep popping out and no matter how many times I pop them back in they keep popping back out ... it's also a bit like the cartoons where you shoot in one rabbit hole to see the rabbit pop out of another and so on, ad infinitum.

    What's the best way of getting the seals to stay seated in their grooves (apart from clubbing them, which apparently generates all sorts of outrage)?

  2. Slip 'em a fresh fish every few minutes?
  3. Thanks, ... although I confess I felt slightly wary of opening up an ARRSE-provided link to something called "Pink Grip". :)
  4. You seen the price of fish these days? Besides, I've heard it's all codswallop, which is now forbidden under some EU directive ... worse than battering hake or clubbing seals, apparently.
  5. Sorry, my suggestion was obviously a red herring.
  6. It's cracking stuff, buy it and support the pink pound.
  7. I refuse to support pink pounders........
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  8. PVC? Put Superglue in the groove the gasket pushes into, without gluing yourself to the door! If you can get a can of activator all the better.