• 3M Indoor Patio Door Insulator Kit, 1-Patio Door
  • 3M Indoor Patio Door Insulator Kit, 1-Patio Door
3M Indoor Patio Door Insulator Kit, 1-Patio Door
3M Indoor Patio Door Insulator Kit, 1-Patio Door

3M Indoor Patio Door Insulator Kit, 1-Patio Door

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  • Clearest window film available
  • Scotch double sided tape holds firmly between films and surfaces
  • Saves energy and reduces heating costs
  • Reduces condensation and prevents frost buildup
  • Made in the USA

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Generously sized and sturdy plasticI am really pleased with this plastic. It has cut down on the drafts in my room, but I don't notice much improvement in the way of blocking the cold. I don't think there has been much of an increase in the "R Factor".I did put this up by myself. I am short, and had no problems doing it.I have a 23 year old Andersen sliding door. I would love to replace it, but have to take the cheap route. When looking for the source of drafts, I used a lit match, and the wind coming through the cracks would blow the match out.The first thing I did was to use some removable rope-type caulk to seal the huge air leaks. I didn't want this plastic to be billowing.I wiped all the painted trim with a paper towel saturated with rubbing alcohol. This was recommended to prep the surface for the tape.Because my sliding patio door didn't have any base trim to attach the tape to, I had to get creative. I purchased a piece of white PVC trim (1 1/2" x 1/2") and cut it just a smidge larger than I needed. This held it in place by tension. I have carpeting in the room, so I couldn't attach trim to the floor. This trim was even with the rest of the wood trim around the door. This allowed me to run tape on all four sides.The door itself is recessed about 1 1/2" from the other trim. Although the 6 ft. trim piece fits with tension, I cut another piece of the trim to back it up and fill the gap. I used sticky back velcro to hold it in place. I am hoping to upload a photo to show how I handled this, as it is hard to describe.I should mention that I removed the door handle. The inside handle is connected with screws to the exterior handle. I thought the exterior portion of the handle would fall off, but it didn't. I reinserted the screws into the holes to make sure that the other half of the handle stays put.I put all the tape on the face of the painted wood trim (and the PVC trim piece by the floor) and pushed it on really well, rubbing my thumb over and over it. Then I let it rest for a few minutes to make sure it had set. I removed the protective paper from the top strip of tape only, and attached the plastic. I then did the same at the bottom. Finally one side, then the other. Removing the protective paper as I went along.I put a lineup of dining chairs all along so that I could just walk sideways and easily reach the top without having to re-position a step stool. Kinda like scaffolding. A short person has to be creative.I used a hairdryer according to directions. There are videos online to help you understand that part. I worked from the edges to the middle.I had enough plastic left over to do another narrow window. I also purchased the XL size kit and did a couple windows that were each over 9 ft wide. And I did them by myself. It would be easier with a helper, but I'm just sayin', that if little old me can do it alone, and not get it all twisted up, so can you.I will say that I wish I hadn't stretched the film taught to begin with, since the heat shrinking did cause that bottom trim piece to pull out of position a bit. I don't think you're supposed to pull it taught when taping. Learning curve.It sealed up tight as a drum, and crystal clear. It is a great solution for those who can't afford window replacement.UPDATE: December 2019. I continue to use this product. One Patio Door Kit covers my slider plus an additional 24 wide window. I also buy the same brand in the XL size, which allows me o cover the two 9 Ft. Wide windows as seen in the photos. Every winter, on a windy day, these will billow out like spinnakers, but stay in place. I have had some minor spots on the wood trim where paint pulled off, but it s a fair trade for tape that holds under stress.I did end up putting a couple (well, 3) screws into that trim piece at the slider threshold. Yup, just drilled right through the carpeting. That trim piece gives me a point of attachment for the slider, so it is worth it.Yes, it is a pain to evenly distribute and shrink wrap this stuff, but it is worth it. I should also mention that to smooth out the creases, hold the hair dryer close and when the film is hot, rub it with your hand.5Saved me this winter!I was so happy I found this product this winter. My apartment has crappy, old windows that practically sound like they're open and let in all of the cold air even with thermal curtains. I knew I had to do something this year and found this. It has made such a difference in my bedroom - it's not perfect because the windows are that crappy but it's by far worth the money. I had a tiny bit of trouble putting the plastic up perfectly on my big window (5x3) just because I did it by myself but there's only one small wrinkle that wasn't even worth blow drying out because my blinds are closed almost all the time. I am super impressed with how clear the plastic is and how well it stays up! I'll be buying it again next year!5tape is crapAs stated in other reviews, the tape is crap. Up just one day and blown off... granted it was a mofo of a wind storm, but still 'specially formulated outdoor tape'. I'm going to try again with the 3M double sided mounting tape as I've had good success with that in the past for other applications.*Update... so the 3m Mounting tape sucks... it's not meant for this.. while I've had great experience with the 3m mounting tape in the past, it doesn't hold this in the least. I'm going to have to just double tape this with the intended tape and retry.3So far so good, let's wait for winter weather.....Purchased this product to cover large screens for older, larger condo insulated windows (30" x 50"). Was a little surprised that these were not heat to shrink type that I've used before for interiors. But the product was easy to install (took me about 15 minutes per screen), was easily able to stretch out wrinkles, and no problems unfolding / peeling the plastic open. There was actually enough double sided tape for 3 of my windows, plastic covered two. I've got some larger windows still to do, had to buy one pack for each of those, using the plastic sideways.I did my best to secure the tape to window (pressed around the screen frame with my thumb several times) and similarly the plastic once it was affixed to the tape. If it holds up, should do a good job creating a second vapor barrier and cutting down on drafts.I'm a little concerned about cleaning up the adhesive in the spring. Long term, I may see about getting some storm screens with light plastic instead of screen for the winter months. This will be a good trial run for that.4I would not recommend. This did not work for me at all. It hasn't helped with insulating my daughter's room. The temperature is still way colder than the rest of the house. It doesn't help keep in heat while using the heater. We are still using the heater just as much and at just as high of temperature. Did not notice any improvement. I would not recommend. 1Couldn't be easier!I was a bit skeptical of any plastic insulating product for windows after reading some of the reviews but just applied this to 4 huge windows and it couldn't have gone any easier. I didn't prep with alcohol because I knew my trim was clean, but if you do prep you need to wait at least several hours before trying to apply the tape or better, hit it with a blow dryer to burn off the residue. The tape will NOT stick if you don't burn off the alcohol so maybe some people are having issues because of that. I applied the tape, made cuts are my radius corners to fill them well, overlapping tape by first lifting up the paper back for an inch or so on each side. Left one corner with exposed sticky tape up top to start and got my plastic square with window and did a 6 inch top and 6 inch down side square so I could pull across as I applied the plastic across the top of the window. Once reaching the other side I then went down 6 inches on the side pulling to match the other side - square - and continued on this way til hit the beginning of the bottom curves, left them alone and pulled down to apply the plastic along bottom window ledge, then did the sides to adjust. I found you can get this tight as a drum without having to use a blowdryer, and it will allow you to pull it up and restick to smooth out any wrinkles from a bad alignment. Once set for a bit though, it's not moving. Take a pair of scrissors and start a cut close to your frame, then push the scissors blade along with the plastic deep in the back of the blades - you can get a cut flush with the trim so you won't even see plastic edges. These are absolutely crystal clear, you cannot tell you are looking through plastic. I've got this over windows where my orchids take sun, didn't want them to get cold :) Double sided tape does come with the kit but I had ordered more and glad I did as I ran out of tape but still have enough plastic left over to do another large window and a small one. I am amazed how many windows I got out of the patio door kit, I just thought out best way to cut and the great thing about this huge sheet is that you always have a fresh square edge to work with when putting up another window covering. Wish I hadn't waited a year to try it, my orchids seem to be happier and it's kept the heat inside up several degrees. Win win. My sister now wants to try some for her house as she's seen how absolutely clear it is. 5 stars!5Don t waste you time on Frost KingSeriously, just don t. Don t go to Home Depot and buy that useless crap. Don t drive yourself mad trying to apply that terrible tape that won t stick to anything. Avoid at all costs the frustration of that plastic that doesn t adhere to the tape all season, or for, often, even 10 secconds.This is a far, far, better product and I was shocked shocked I tell you! how much better the 3M is then to the other crap.The larger size fit our six panel bay window with plenty to spare.Definitely buy this if you re interested in less suffering through the window plastic process, it s worth the extra few dollars and the short wait.5DisappointedI was hoping for a 3m product this would work great. Sadly we put these up and all seemed well. The next day the wind began to pick up and the tape started to peel off, next thing I know the plastic was gone. Peeled some tape with it, not all. What a waste of time putting them up to just be blown away. I will be going with another brand1Recommend finding ways to keep cat away worked well until my cat tore a hole in it. Recommend finding ways to keep cat away. Also, pull the plastic tight by hand because otherwise, the hair dryer can only shrink it so far. I stood outside with the hairdryer for a very long time and finally had to pull off the plastic to pull it taut and then restick it. It worked, even when having to stick it down the second time on the same tape. That worried me but was not a problem. Just that darn cat.Accidentally bought the Frost King brand and it was awful! cloudy and much less sturdy than the 3m brand. The tape too seems better quality than the Frost King. I'm changing my review from 4 to 5 stars. 5Works fine... But amazon sent the wrong Kit! I have ordered this for the past 3 years. It works great for its intended purpose. The taor does pull up the paint on the door, but for the amount of money it saves, it's worth it. However, this last order, Amazon sent the wrong kit (See photo)... it should work fine and I would return it, but I don't have 2 months to wait, nor do I want Frost King. 43M cheapens productI like the product, both the clarity and stretchability of the film as well as the adherence of the tape, but I have 4 - 3 x 5 windows as well as a couple of larger windows to insulate. This product is for Outdoor applications, so the film should extend 1 beyond the window dimensions, or it won t have a surface to put the tape on. It does not. I was very disappointed with 3M shorting the film dimensions, forcing me to buy 2 additional packages. Beware!1Bad description, not enough tape! The description of this product is wrong. It clearly says 2 rolls of tape (each 500" long) in the product description. The box I received contained 1 roll of tape, only 432" long. 1Clear is goodI have a french door in my sunroom that is past its prime. Unfortunately, procrastination kicked in and I did not replace it before the nasty weather arrived, so it made sense (to me) to just seal it up for the winter. My first attempt used some 2 mil "clear" plastic I had on hand, and tape and staples. Result? Excellent seal, very sturdy, and... milky white. Sort of ruins the point of having a sunroom, unfortunately. So I ordered this kit.On the plus side, this is really clear, and the two-sided installation tape does make the job much easier. And I was able to achieve an equivalent seal.On the negative side.... after having 2 mil plastic up, it's a little unnerving how thin this plastic sheet is by comparison. It should make it through the winter, but I didn't even give longevity a second thought with the 2 mil. Next, the instructions say "install above 50 F" (presumably so the 2-sided tape adheres best). You know it never even crossed my mind to seal up the door until the temps were already in the 30s. Wasn't a big deal for me (the door is coming out in the spring anyway - I reinforced the install with white duck tape and staples). But I would have been annoyed if I had a bad install due to temperature.4Incorrect size. again.I am very angry. I have used the 3M brand outdoor window insulation kit for several years. A couple years ago one of the kits film was shortened and I was able to return it to Home Depot. FWIW, the store employee thought I may have had a problem separating the last layer of film. While I assured him I was not inexperienced, I let him give it a shot. The film was faulty, and I left with a good kit. Now, this has happened again and unfortunately it's an Amazon purchase over 30 days old.I had already applied the tape, and peeled away the tape along the top of the opening and partially down the sides. That's when I discovered the film was the wrong size, and unfortunately the process was begun. Fortunately I had a different brand (Frost King) of the correct size that was going to be used for a different door. That went into over the area that the faulty 3M product was meant to go.I don't mind the money (so much), it's the annoyance. I love 3M, live in Minnesota and even owned stock in the company. But I'll never buy another 3M brand outdoor window insulation kit again. I would note they have really improved the usability of the tape, it separates from the backing so much easier than it used to. So, 5 stars for the tape and 0 stars for the undersized product.1
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Generously sized and sturdy plasticI am really pleased with this plastic. It has cut down on the drafts in my room, but I don't notice much improvement in the way of blocking the cold. I don't think there has been much of an increase in the "R Factor".I did put this up by myself. I am short, and had no problems doing it.I have a 23 year old Andersen sliding door. I would love to replace it, but have to take the cheap route. When looking for the source of drafts, I used a lit match, and the wind coming through the cracks would blow the match out.The first thing I did was to use some removable rope-type caulk to seal the huge air leaks. I didn't want this plastic to be billowing.I wiped all the painted trim with a paper towel saturated with rubbing alcohol. This was recommended to prep the surface for the tape.Because my sliding patio door didn't have any base trim to attach the tape to, I had to get creative. I purchased a piece of white PVC trim (1 1/2" x 1/2") and cut it just a smidge larger than I needed. This held it in place by tension. I have carpeting in the room, so I couldn't attach trim to the floor. This trim was even with the rest of the wood trim around the door. This allowed me to run tape on all four sides.The door itself is recessed about 1 1/2" from the other trim. Although the 6 ft. trim piece fits with tension, I cut another piece of the trim to back it up and fill the gap. I used sticky back velcro to hold it in place. I am hoping to upload a photo to show how I handled this, as it is hard to describe.I should mention that I removed the door handle. The inside handle is connected with screws to the exterior handle. I thought the exterior portion of the handle would fall off, but it didn't. I reinserted the screws into the holes to make sure that the other half of the handle stays put.I put all the tape on the face of the painted wood trim (and the PVC trim piece by the floor) and pushed it on really well, rubbing my thumb over and over it. Then I let it rest for a few minutes to make sure it had set. I removed the protective paper from the top strip of tape only, and attached the plastic. I then did the same at the bottom. Finally one side, then the other. Removing the protective paper as I went along.I put a lineup of dining chairs all along so that I could just walk sideways and easily reach the top without having to re-position a step stool. Kinda like scaffolding. A short person has to be creative.I used a hairdryer according to directions. There are videos online to help you understand that part. I worked from the edges to the middle.I had enough plastic left over to do another narrow window. I also purchased the XL size kit and did a couple windows that were each over 9 ft wide. And I did them by myself. It would be easier with a helper, but I'm just sayin', that if little old me can do it alone, and not get it all twisted up, so can you.I will say that I wish I hadn't stretched the film taught to begin with, since the heat shrinking did cause that bottom trim piece to pull out of position a bit. I don't think you're supposed to pull it taught when taping. Learning curve.It sealed up tight as a drum, and crystal clear. It is a great solution for those who can't afford window replacement.UPDATE: December 2019. I continue to use this product. One Patio Door Kit covers my slider plus an additional 24 wide window. I also buy the same brand in the XL size, which allows me o cover the two 9 Ft. Wide windows as seen in the photos. Every winter, on a windy day, these will billow out like spinnakers, but stay in place. I have had some minor spots on the wood trim where paint pulled off, but it s a fair trade for tape that holds under stress.I did end up putting a couple (well, 3) screws into that trim piece at the slider threshold. Yup, just drilled right through the carpeting. That trim piece gives me a point of attachment for the slider, so it is worth it.Yes, it is a pain to evenly distribute and shrink wrap this stuff, but it is worth it. I should also mention that to smooth out the creases, hold the hair dryer close and when the film is hot, rub it with your hand.5Saved me this winter!I was so happy I found this product this winter. My apartment has crappy, old windows that practically sound like they're open and let in all of the cold air even with thermal curtains. I knew I had to do something this year and found this. It has made such a difference in my bedroom - it's not perfect because the windows are that crappy but it's by far worth the money. I had a tiny bit of trouble putting the plastic up perfectly on my big window (5x3) just because I did it by myself but there's only one small wrinkle that wasn't even worth blow drying out because my blinds are closed almost all the time. I am super impressed with how clear the plastic is and how well it stays up! I'll be buying it again next year!5tape is crapAs stated in other reviews, the tape is crap. Up just one day and blown off... granted it was a mofo of a wind storm, but still 'specially formulated outdoor tape'. I'm going to try again with the 3M double sided mounting tape as I've had good success with that in the past for other applications.*Update... so the 3m Mounting tape sucks... it's not meant for this.. while I've had great experience with the 3m mounting tape in the past, it doesn't hold this in the least. I'm going to have to just double tape this with the intended tape and retry.3So far so good, let's wait for winter weather.....Purchased this product to cover large screens for older, larger condo insulated windows (30" x 50"). Was a little surprised that these were not heat to shrink type that I've used before for interiors. But the product was easy to install (took me about 15 minutes per screen), was easily able to stretch out wrinkles, and no problems unfolding / peeling the plastic open. There was actually enough double sided tape for 3 of my windows, plastic covered two. I've got some larger windows still to do, had to buy one pack for each of those, using the plastic sideways.I did my best to secure the tape to window (pressed around the screen frame with my thumb several times) and similarly the plastic once it was affixed to the tape. If it holds up, should do a good job creating a second vapor barrier and cutting down on drafts.I'm a little concerned about cleaning up the adhesive in the spring. Long term, I may see about getting some storm screens with light plastic instead of screen for the winter months. This will be a good trial run for that.4I would not recommend. This did not work for me at all. It hasn't helped with insulating my daughter's room. The temperature is still way colder than the rest of the house. It doesn't help keep in heat while using the heater. We are still using the heater just as much and at just as high of temperature. Did not notice any improvement. I would not recommend. 1Couldn't be easier!I was a bit skeptical of any plastic insulating product for windows after reading some of the reviews but just applied this to 4 huge windows and it couldn't have gone any easier. I didn't prep with alcohol because I knew my trim was clean, but if you do prep you need to wait at least several hours before trying to apply the tape or better, hit it with a blow dryer to burn off the residue. The tape will NOT stick if you don't burn off the alcohol so maybe some people are having issues because of that. I applied the tape, made cuts are my radius corners to fill them well, overlapping tape by first lifting up the paper back for an inch or so on each side. Left one corner with exposed sticky tape up top to start and got my plastic square with window and did a 6 inch top and 6 inch down side square so I could pull across as I applied the plastic across the top of the window. Once reaching the other side I then went down 6 inches on the side pulling to match the other side - square - and continued on this way til hit the beginning of the bottom curves, left them alone and pulled down to apply the plastic along bottom window ledge, then did the sides to adjust. I found you can get this tight as a drum without having to use a blowdryer, and it will allow you to pull it up and restick to smooth out any wrinkles from a bad alignment. Once set for a bit though, it's not moving. Take a pair of scrissors and start a cut close to your frame, then push the scissors blade along with the plastic deep in the back of the blades - you can get a cut flush with the trim so you won't even see plastic edges. These are absolutely crystal clear, you cannot tell you are looking through plastic. I've got this over windows where my orchids take sun, didn't want them to get cold :) Double sided tape does come with the kit but I had ordered more and glad I did as I ran out of tape but still have enough plastic left over to do another large window and a small one. I am amazed how many windows I got out of the patio door kit, I just thought out best way to cut and the great thing about this huge sheet is that you always have a fresh square edge to work with when putting up another window covering. Wish I hadn't waited a year to try it, my orchids seem to be happier and it's kept the heat inside up several degrees. Win win. My sister now wants to try some for her house as she's seen how absolutely clear it is. 5 stars!5Don t waste you time on Frost KingSeriously, just don t. Don t go to Home Depot and buy that useless crap. Don t drive yourself mad trying to apply that terrible tape that won t stick to anything. Avoid at all costs the frustration of that plastic that doesn t adhere to the tape all season, or for, often, even 10 secconds.This is a far, far, better product and I was shocked shocked I tell you! how much better the 3M is then to the other crap.The larger size fit our six panel bay window with plenty to spare.Definitely buy this if you re interested in less suffering through the window plastic process, it s worth the extra few dollars and the short wait.5DisappointedI was hoping for a 3m product this would work great. Sadly we put these up and all seemed well. The next day the wind began to pick up and the tape started to peel off, next thing I know the plastic was gone. Peeled some tape with it, not all. What a waste of time putting them up to just be blown away. I will be going with another brand1Recommend finding ways to keep cat away worked well until my cat tore a hole in it. Recommend finding ways to keep cat away. Also, pull the plastic tight by hand because otherwise, the hair dryer can only shrink it so far. I stood outside with the hairdryer for a very long time and finally had to pull off the plastic to pull it taut and then restick it. It worked, even when having to stick it down the second time on the same tape. That worried me but was not a problem. Just that darn cat.Accidentally bought the Frost King brand and it was awful! cloudy and much less sturdy than the 3m brand. The tape too seems better quality than the Frost King. I'm changing my review from 4 to 5 stars. 5Works fine... But amazon sent the wrong Kit! I have ordered this for the past 3 years. It works great for its intended purpose. The taor does pull up the paint on the door, but for the amount of money it saves, it's worth it. However, this last order, Amazon sent the wrong kit (See photo)... it should work fine and I would return it, but I don't have 2 months to wait, nor do I want Frost King. 43M cheapens productI like the product, both the clarity and stretchability of the film as well as the adherence of the tape, but I have 4 - 3 x 5 windows as well as a couple of larger windows to insulate. This product is for Outdoor applications, so the film should extend 1 beyond the window dimensions, or it won t have a surface to put the tape on. It does not. I was very disappointed with 3M shorting the film dimensions, forcing me to buy 2 additional packages. Beware!1Bad description, not enough tape! The description of this product is wrong. It clearly says 2 rolls of tape (each 500" long) in the product description. The box I received contained 1 roll of tape, only 432" long. 1Clear is goodI have a french door in my sunroom that is past its prime. Unfortunately, procrastination kicked in and I did not replace it before the nasty weather arrived, so it made sense (to me) to just seal it up for the winter. My first attempt used some 2 mil "clear" plastic I had on hand, and tape and staples. Result? Excellent seal, very sturdy, and... milky white. Sort of ruins the point of having a sunroom, unfortunately. So I ordered this kit.On the plus side, this is really clear, and the two-sided installation tape does make the job much easier. And I was able to achieve an equivalent seal.On the negative side.... after having 2 mil plastic up, it's a little unnerving how thin this plastic sheet is by comparison. It should make it through the winter, but I didn't even give longevity a second thought with the 2 mil. Next, the instructions say "install above 50 F" (presumably so the 2-sided tape adheres best). You know it never even crossed my mind to seal up the door until the temps were already in the 30s. Wasn't a big deal for me (the door is coming out in the spring anyway - I reinforced the install with white duck tape and staples). But I would have been annoyed if I had a bad install due to temperature.4Incorrect size. again.I am very angry. I have used the 3M brand outdoor window insulation kit for several years. A couple years ago one of the kits film was shortened and I was able to return it to Home Depot. FWIW, the store employee thought I may have had a problem separating the last layer of film. While I assured him I was not inexperienced, I let him give it a shot. The film was faulty, and I left with a good kit. Now, this has happened again and unfortunately it's an Amazon purchase over 30 days old.I had already applied the tape, and peeled away the tape along the top of the opening and partially down the sides. That's when I discovered the film was the wrong size, and unfortunately the process was begun. Fortunately I had a different brand (Frost King) of the correct size that was going to be used for a different door. That went into over the area that the faulty 3M product was meant to go.I don't mind the money (so much), it's the annoyance. I love 3M, live in Minnesota and even owned stock in the company. But I'll never buy another 3M brand outdoor window insulation kit again. I would note they have really improved the usability of the tape, it separates from the backing so much easier than it used to. So, 5 stars for the tape and 0 stars for the undersized product.1
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