What Is a Kerf in a Door?

Answer

A kerf refers to a slot that is cut along the wooden door frame to which a plastic fin is pressed. The fin is then embedded along the edge of a weatherstrip. The weatherstrip is held securely by a small nub in the plastic fin thus adhesives and nails will not be needed.
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