Does anyone know where to get those rubber door knob cover thingies?
I haven't seen them in years, but remember them. My outside doorknob
is real hard to open when I am wearing gloves, and cold outside.
There is no lock problem, just the knob is too slippery. It needs to
be wearing a rubber !!!!
Look in the yellow pages under disabled, disabilities, or handicapped. There
are business that cater to the disabled and the disabilities act that went
in effect back in the 90's (jeez remember the 90's <GRIN>) I had to install
rubber covers which also were kind of lever shaped on the knobs in the
handicapped rooms of a hotel I was working at.
Craig in AZ
Yeah, that's what they all say. Pretty soon you'll be tossing
little blue pills into your mail slot...
I like it when my knob is slippery!!!
There is some type of surgical procedure, they can snip a little
duct inside your knob (actually in the door, right below the knob)
and you should never need to worry about putting a rubber on your
knob again. HTH.
Baisez-les s'ils ne peuvent pas prendre une plaisanterie
if you cant find one you just take some liquid tape(sold at just about
hardware store in the electrical section) i got mine from Ace hardware
store, they have it in Black, white, red, green, and i think orange??
not sure on that one... cost about $3.00 a small can with a brush in the
lid.... paint the door knob with this stuff and it will not slip and act
like the old rubber coated door knobs....
hope this helps.
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