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Old 01-05-2014, 05:01 PM   #1
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Hi I am not sure how to hide the gap between my kitchen machines. I am thinking of putting some kind of rubber padding but don't know what to search for the material so if I am moving the machines back and forth it will be smoothly moving but I need to hide the gap good so from outside of store nobody can see whats happening inside in prep area.



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Please back up so we can see the big picture. Close ups not doing much good.
If those are cooling units a gaps needed for air flow.
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You need flaps----I'd be looking at some sort of rubber/vinyl weather stripping---

Perhaps even garage door weather seal---3M foam double faced tape will hold the flaps in place---
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Made especially for girls.

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?????? there is an opening between mobile food service equipment and the cowling on the wall----
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You need flaps----I'd be looking at some sort of rubber/vinyl weather stripping---

Perhaps even garage door weather seal---3M foam double faced tape will hold the flaps in place---
Hi mike thats exactly i think what i am looking for any idea or references of picture where I can get this stuff. thanks
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Garage door weather strip and other flap like strips can be found at most Home Depot type stores----finding something wide enough may be difficult--when you track down a manufacturer---

get on the phone and call--it's a good bet that they make special items for other uses than weather strip ---items not sold in the store--

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