I have a double door glass cabinet that need some dust proofing, here's some pictures:
1. Front gap(±6mm).
2. Side(±6mm) & top(±7mm) gap - closed.
3. Side(still ±6mm) & bottom(±4mm) gap - closed.
4. Side & top gap - opened(I don't think this matters since the doors are closed most of the time anyway).
5. Side & bottom gap - opened(I don't think this matters since the doors are closed most of the time anyway).
I'm thinking of framing the inside of the glass for the side & bottom gaps, and the ceiling for the top gap, not sure what to do with the front/door gap. Now the material, which is flexible enough so it won't hinder the door's articulation; brush seal(it looks like a strip of yarn/hair) or foam/sponge weather strip(is there any difference between foam & sponge?)? Also, which is better for the strips, too thick or too thin?
Thanks for your time.