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comment How to narrow a closet door opening?
Did this today, it worked great and was really easy. 20" was plenty of an opening, too.
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comment How to narrow a closet door opening?
That would be great, but would they fit? I haven't seen 48" doors, but I can get 2 24" doors. I assumed it would be too wide though..
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comment What is a strong glue for bonding metal?
Before I saw this, I tried to glue it with Liquid Nails.. and it seems to be holding. If that breaks, I'm sure the JB Weld will hold it (I would have used it instead if I had thought of it first).
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comment What is a strong glue for bonding metal?
Yeah, it was a cheap garage door the previous homeowners installed. But instead of spending $500 on a new one (or double that to make both doors match), I'd like to try to fix it for <$20 if possible.
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comment What is a strong glue for bonding metal?
I'm pretty sure it is glue. The frame is completely smooth, even after it broke off from the other piece. You can also see where some of the glue was pushed out when the two pieces of metal were pushed together. I can even scrape the glue from the door piece. I'm not sure if it could be welded, both pieces are aluminum, if that matters, and it is pretty thin. I think if it were welded, it might show through the other side of the garage door.