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Carwash Connection: Winterizing carwash doors

AKRON, Ohio — Keep your doors working properly during the winter months with these tips.

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AKRON, Ohio — While clearing ice and snow from around your carwash doors is an obvious winterizing practice, there are other maintenance steps to take to ensure your doors keep functioning during the colder months.

In this week’s video, Editorial Director Rich DiPaolo discusses a list of tips for winterizing carwash doors.

To begin, DiPaolo explains, “Most modern-day carwash doors can be put back into operation much easier without the need to drain and replace air lines, lubricate rollers or empty panels that fill with water from the summer months.”

To find out more about winterizing doors, be sure to watch the video.

If you missed our previous videos on carwash doors, check them out below:

To see other videos in our Carwash Connection series, click here.

Stay tuned for more of PC&D’s original videos.

This video is sponsored by Airlift Doors.

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