Patch Fittings For Glass Doors Ozone - When it comes to keeping your house in tip top condition, nothing can be more annoying than a sliding glass door that won't slide. In the end, what's the reason of getting a beautiful glass door that leads out to a scenic backyard in the event the darn thing requires three NFL linebackers to slide it open?
The number 1 reason why your sliding glass door won't side is because too much dirt and debris have clogged up the wheels and the track of your door panel. That is not a hard fix, but it is best if you've got another person present to help you, because sliding glass doors are rather heavy.
It is possible to carefully examine the track as well as the wheels, when the door is on its side. Mostly, you will find the wheels are filled with debris and soot, and the course is, in addition, likely quite dirty. Use compressed air and needle point pliers to clean the wheels. Take care to pull every last hair out from the wheel bearings.
While you're at it, clean up all the "mating-edges" of the door. This really is where the sliding door and any other surface of the door frame meet. A general rule of thumb is always to simply wipe down anything that seems filthy. Don't forget, even if the dirt is just not necessarily on the path itself, it can fall to the path causing your door to need another wipe down.