How to Weatherstrip a Wood Door | This Old House

This Old House general contractor Tom Silva enhances the energy efficiency of an old, drafty door. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)
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Shopping List for How to Weatherstrip a Wood Door:
- Mechanical weather stripping, for sealing door in opening
- Flexible, push-in weather stripping, for sealing head and side jambs
- Tung oil, used to seal routed groove

Tools for How to Weatherstrip a Wood Door:
- Hammer, used to remove and replace the hinge pins
- Router and straight bit, for cutting a groove into the bottom end of the door
- 3-inch paintbrush, used to apply tung oil

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