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Sliding Glass Patio Door Repair Kit or Sliding Door Wheel Roller Replacement Kit

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The "Slide-Ezzz" Sliding Patio Door Repair Kit is the ultimate DIY project to fix a sliding door. 

It's a quick, easy and permanent fix for virtually any sliding glass door that sticks or doesn't slide good at all due to:

* worn out or bumpy track sliding patio door track

* worn out sliding glass door wheels or rollers that could use replaced

* or both.

No need to use any other sliding patio door hardware.  There are 256 DIFFERENT TYPES AND STYLES OF glass sliding door WHEELS and ROLLERS on the market. Good luck on finding the right replacement rollers or wheels for your sliding door.

Putting plastic by sliding door track        Using teflon sliding door roller replacement part

By putting a hard, Teflon impregnated, specially formed, slippery plastic on the corners of the sliding door (Corner Brackets) and adhering a hard, flat, slippery plastic on the sliding door track or threshold (Tracking Strips), the sliding door then slides Teflon on plastic.

Check out this great testimonial from one of our many satisfied customers:

 This "Sliding Door Repair Kit" can be purchased on the West Coast at:

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The Teflon impregnated material used for the "Corner Brackets" was originally designed for very abusive applications, such as chain guides.

Therefore, the "Sliding Door Repair Kit" should LAST FOR THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS OF CYCLES OR FOR YEARS & YEARS!

The 8 foot long "Tracking Strips" come in either white or black to best match your sliding door frame color.

Additional "Tracking Strips" can be purchased for larger sliding doors.

No need to remove existing sliding glass door hardware!

The sliding door will SLIDE LIKE NEW! QUIET TOO!

** Kit can be usually be INSTALLED IN AN HOUR OR LESS - - - - - WITHOUT REMOVING THE DOOR! **

Quick Installation Instructions

Sliding Door cleaning supplies

1) Thoroughly clean the sliding door track to remove all grease, oil, dirt and debris. Also clean the "Strips" that came in the "Sliding Door Repair Kit".
Sliding plastic by sliding door track
2) (a) Just slide the two plastic strips under the sliding door an cut "Strips" to length.  Pull them back out and rough up side that is to be glued with sandpaper so the glue has something to "bite" into.

Adhering plastic to sliding door track

b) Slide "strips" back under door and apply glue to both sides of rail and stick "Strips" down

(c) slide door to opposite end and do the same to the other side.

installing teflon sliding door roller replacement part

3) Put the Teflon impregnated pieces (Corner Brackets) on the corners of the door, screw on and lubricate the track.

That's it! Your done!

Get ready for years and years of a great operating sliding door and be careful not to throw the door through the wall!


There is a 60 day money back warranty if your not happy with the performance of the product and a one year manufacturers warranty on all parts.

Kit Contents:

White sliding door repair kit   Black sliding door repair kit

2 - 8 foot long, hard slippery flat plastic "Tracking Strips"
2 - Specially formed Teflon impregnated "Corner Brackets"
8 - Shims for adjustment
1 - Tube of adhesive
4 - Self drilling Phillips Head screws
Teflon impregnated "Corner Brackets" come only in black and use the existing roller rail as a guide so the door slides straight. "Tracking Strips" or the hard, slippery plastic strips that are glued to the threshold come in either black or white.

Kit includes all the parts, including screws and adhesive, to repair one standard sliding glass patio door up to 8 feet in length.

Additional "Tracking Strips" can be ordered for sliding doors longer than 8 feet in length.

There is no need to order or use any other type of sliding door replacement hardware when using the "Slide-Ezzz" Sliding Door Repair Kit.


The "Tracking Strips" are 1/8 inch thick and the "prongs" that go under the sliding door on the "Corner Brackets" are 1/4 inch thick.

Therefore you will need 1/2 inch of room (giving 1/8" of "slop margin" so the door doesn't bind) between the flat portion of the threshold or sliding door track and the bottom of the sliding door to install this "Sliding Door Repair Kit". Pick up on the sliding door and measure to make sure there is enough room.


Be sure to rough up the side of the "Strips" that are to be glued with 60 or 80 grit sandpaper so the adhesive has something to "bite" into.


The best lubricant is ArmourAll Wipes (or the generic kind) or car wax as neither will attract dust and dirt as a liquid silicone spray or WD 40 does.


To "Shim" the door for leveling purposes and so that it closes without a gap (if door is crooked), apply a dab of glue to "shim" and apply "shim" to top of the "prong" going under the sliding door on the "Corner Bracket".


For lower level beachfront sliding doors, use only one "Tracking Strip" on the inside as the wind blows the sand against the sliding door threshold track.  Using the "Tracking Strip" on the outside may cause the door to be hard to slide and the "Sliding Door Repair Kit" may not last as long as all the weight of the door is placed on a smaller surface area. You can use our "Sliding Door Rebuild Kit" instead for this application.


Product also DOES NOT WORK on doors with a "U" shaped frame as the "Corner Brackets" need a flat surface on which to be adhered.

A door with a "U" shaped frame is pictured below:

U shaped sliding door

A work around for a "U" shaped door is to use a "Dremel Tool" or sander to shape the "Corner Bracket" like in the picture below:

modified sliding door wheel replacement part


"Kit" also does NOT work on extremely large and heavy (250 pounds plus) sliding doors such as Arcadia or Hurricane Doors.

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