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Moving Made Easy - Repairing A Sticky Door

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repairing a sticky door

As your home settles over the years, doors sometimes rub on their trim and stick.

Use your woodworking skills to fix a sticking door.

You only need a few tools and a little time to get started on this project. Several sanding tools may be used: a belt or palm sander, sandpaper with a sanding block, a rotary or oscillating tool are all options.

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You only need a few tools and a little time to get started on this project. Several sanding tools may be used: a belt or palm sander, sandpaper with a sanding block, a rotary or oscillating tool are all options.

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You only need a few tools and a little time to get started on this project. Several sanding tools may be used: a belt or palm sander, sandpaper with a sanding block, a rotary or oscillating tool are all options.

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Seal the door edge by applying several thin coats of varnish or paint to match the original finish. Let the varnish dry thoroughly before rehanging the door. The varnish protects the edge and prevents the wood from absorbing moisture and swelling during humid weather.

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