we have cleaned many showers as contractors and have found a product in ASDA called Detox, its in a detol spray bottle green in colour ( UK, shop ). This also will clean the red active mould. But if you still require to replace the seal you will need to find the make of door so that you can order the seal.
1. What can be used to deter mice to get them out of my house I have used traps but they avoid them?
First-Check the basement and see if you can see any holes where mice can come in. (They can get into an opening as small as a nickle). Check around dreyer vents, pipes coming into the house, any wires that may come into the house. Put steel wool into any open spaces. Pack it as tight as you can. Mice cannot chew thru steel wool. Also, make sure doors are not left open (when hauling in groceries from car etc. Shut door between trips). If you do not seal their entry points you will never get rid of them. They will come & go. Then bait your snap traps with a small amount of peanut butter. Place them along the wall (usually their runway). You can also purchase sticky traps or baits from the store. However, mice may eat the bait and get between the walls or stuck someplace and they will die and smell for a few days. You also have to be extremely careful so children and/or other pets do not get into the bait. 2nd option - call a reputable exterminator. PS - Do NOT use moth balls. They have chemicals in them and they let off gases that can kill you if not enough air current.
2. 2001 dodge grandcaravan - nd to replace window regulator - looking for instructions on internet?
I doubt you will find anything on-line with detailed instructions, and even those are hard to read! It's actually very simple, It just sounds complicating. Here's what you will need... get a ratchet set, a 40 piece 3/8 will be perfect. mid-long screwdriver's both phillips and flat head. Now let's get to work! 1st make sure no bolts are holding the door panel to the door. Look for hidden screws! Remove anything that looks removable! do not force it unless you wanna break it! disconnect anything electrical. loosen DOOR PANEL (yours most likely just pops off). from DOOR. do not pull the door off. carefully disconnect the DOOR HANDLE and DOOR LOCK RODS from the clips Look at the clip it usually just slides/snaps over the rod (If you break a clip you will have to go to the dealer for new ones) Place DOOR PANEL aside. Remove the plastic cover (if there is one) what you are now looking at is a giant puzzle. 1st find out what is holding the glass in place and figure out a way to free it from the WINDOW REGULATOR (looking at your new part will give u a perfect idea of how your new regulator works and how it's bolted on). Once the glass is free from the WINDOW REGULATOR secure GLASS in a fully raised position by wedging pieces of cardboard at the base of the GLASS (this way you do not have to pull out the window. I prefer to use a small wire screwed to two suction cups to hold the window in place.) Now all you have to do is remove and install your new WINDOW REGULATOR. figure what bolts are holding the REGULATOR in place and start unbolting! Reverse Steps Once new WINDOW REGULATOR has been securely tightened, DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN. imagine a childs seven year old grip! Just a nice tight grip! It's basically 3 steps! 1! figure out how to remove the DOOR PANEL without breaking anything. 2! Safely separating the GLASS from the WINDOW REGULATOR. & 3! Replacing the WINDOW REGULATOR. These instructions work with replacing Window Motor's Too. In cases they can be serviced separately. It's easy. Just dedicate an hour and you can save almost a hundred bucks, gain personal confidence! (which money can not buy) plus chicks love confidence! alright alright so now I am rambling on. .... It really is pretty simple. Hope this helps!.
3. How to Repair Roll-Up Shed Doors | DoItYourself.com
To ensure our content is always up-to-date with current information, best practices, and professional advice, articles are routinely reviewed by industry experts with years of hands-on experience. Roll up shed doors are a convenient and space-saving way to gain access to a tool shed. They can be installed if a swing door cannot be installed or if sliding doors do not provide enough security. Over time, doors will become damaged through adverse weather conditions or everyday wear and tear. Shed door repair is a manageable project which can be completed by any DIY enthusiast. Before starting any repair or shed door replacement work, you will need to know the parts of the roll up door. These are the rollers, the track, the mounting brackets, and the hinges. The rollers act like a guide for the opening and closing of the door while the track is the part of the construction that the rollers sit in. The track is attached to the shed door by mounting brackets. The rollers are attached to each side of the roll up shed door with hinges. Most domestic roll up shed doors will be mounted on running tracks which are often made from metal. Before carrying out any repair work, clean the tracks and the rollers with a strong household cleaner or commercial degreaser to remove any dirt or grease. If the tracks have been badly damaged, they will need to be replaced. This will require the hinges to be removed. Installing new tracks requires nothing more than removing all of the securing screws and swapping the old tracks for new ones before putting the old screws back into place. If the hinges have become bent over time, this will prevent the rollers from functioning properly. To remove the hinges, use a clamp to hold the door open and keep the door supported in its open position while you remove the bolts and hinges. If the door is not supported, it could easily bend. A few upright props will also prevent the door from shifting while the hinges are either tapped straight or replaced. Rollers can become worn out over time and will need to be removed and replaced. To remove the rollers for roll up shed doors, you will need to remove the hinges first. Once the hinge and the rollers have been removed, you will need to ensure that the replacement is the exact replica. These can be purchased from most hardware stores. If you know the model and the serial number of your roll up shed door, it should help when trying to find an exact match. If the mounting brackets for a roll up shed door become loose, you will need to tighten them. To tighten the brackets, prop open the shed door with a clamp, then tighten them with a screwdriver. You will have to replace your shed doors if they have become damaged or dented. To replace the roll up doors, hold them open and prop them up while you remove the hinges and mounting brackets. Once you've completely removed the doors, you can install the replacements. Start by securing the rollers into the tracks before securing the hinges and tightening the mounting brackets. Because roll up shed doors are difficult to maneuver, use the assistance of at least two other able-bodied individuals to help take the weight and prevent excessive movement. Once you've completed any door repairs, you will need to lubricate the individual parts. Use an oil spray and apply it directly to all moving parts and guides of the doors.