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I am planning on painting my laundry door. No budget to replace it at the moment, but the weather strip at the bottom has come off and the bottom of the door is very weathered and I cannot screw the weather strip back on as the screw holes where it attached are a bit rotten. Any tips of ideas on how I can re-attached it or suggestions on what to replace it with? As you can see the gap under the door is quite wide.
Many thanks in advance for any suggestions.
Thank you for sharing your question about how to fix your weatherstrip back onto your door.
If you are currently gathering funds for a door replacement, you can do this interim repair to keep your current door going.
Once everything is attached make sure to test that the seal is working correctly. I've placed some images below to give you an idea of how to build it. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to post them.
If you need further assistance, please let us know.
Here is also a handy video on how to install the Raven RP3 :
@Sally8 if funds are currently low, as a quick repair, you can insert timber plugs in the existing screws holes, you could use wooden toothpicks, match sticks or make your own splinter pieces to fit, I usually dip them in a timber glue then tap them into the existing holes in the door, any overhang, trim off with a Stanley knife or similar, then once the glue has dried, sand and fill the area with a suitable exterior timber filler, paint when dry, reinstall the weather strip.
Thanks for the great advice Joe, I will have a closer look at the bottom of the door and hopefully give what you suggested a try. If the door is too far gone for that I can implement Erics advice - thank you for taking the time to respond.