Pile Weather Stripping Install

You should be able to slide out the old weatherstripping (it may be a bit stuck from being worn over the years). You may find that your window's channel is crimped to prevent the weatherstripping from sliding out specially on the ends. If your window's channel is crimped close you will need to carefully try to pry open the channel with a thin tool like a putty knife. You may need to cut out the old weatherstripping first with a utility knife (be careful not to damage the window or cut your fingers).

After you have removed the old weatherstripping you should be able to slide the new weatherstripping into your window's channel. If you cannot slide the replacement weatherstripping into your window's channel, try laying the weatherstripping along the channel with one edge of the weatherstripping placed into the channel. Using a pointed tool, push the other edge of the weatherstripping into the channel. You do not need to use any type of adhesive, the weatherstripping should fit tight into the channel and hold.

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