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Jul 21 2017

FF: Sharpie Seal

Category: Fixed-it Friday,Gasketing & ThresholdsLori @ 12:48 am Comments (5)
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Ian Baren of Katonah Architectural Hardware sent me today’s Fixed-it Friday photo.  This mortise lock is on a very fancy clothing store, and apparently it was an aesthetic problem for someone that the gasketing did not continue down the lock face.  So they drew it in with a Sharpie!  You’d think that if they were going to go to the trouble, they would have used a straight-edge!

5 Responses to “FF: Sharpie Seal”

  1. cda says:

    Or did it use to be there??

    See the jagged edges top and bottom

  2. Eric Rieckers says:

    Not casting stones. I’ve done that on a 613 kick plate with 626 screws.

  3. Krystina says:

    This is a good laugh and harmless, too. Someone just has a minor OCD. Who wants to tell them it’s rubbing off and they forgot to do the latch?

  4. Alan Stolowitz says:

    Being perfectly honest, whomever thought of and/or did it is either silly or stupid.

  5. David Cundari says:

    Send me an order for a Black Powder coated strip face plate and bolt.
    It will look much nicer.

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