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Garage Door Frozen

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1. Sweep all water away from, or out of that area. Continueing battle.

2. You can buy a large mat with raised edges that when parked on, it catches all the snow melt off your vehicle, preventing it from running to the door. Thats what we use, cost is around $100 per veh.

Sure wish we would have put in floor drains with everything sloped to them in the first place.

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Where could a person find this "mat"?

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I If your going to go through with a "garage" project just put in a heater. wink

haha J/K

A fan on the water works well. It tough to get the floor dry within the time you come home to the time you leave in the morning with just garage heat. I use a big fan to dry the floor. Works much faster.

Some silicone spray or similar on the garage door's rubber flap might help also?????????.......

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I'm wondering the same thing. My opener ripped the U bracket right off the door on Sunday.

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Could use a mix of garage floor dryer (oil absorber)And some Ice thawer.Just under the contact point.Grease the door bottom.

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We got ours at Sams club, about 5 or 6 yrs ago but I have seen some with even higher edges somewhere, can't remember, I think maybe sportsmans guide.

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