• Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
  • Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
  • Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
  • Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
  • Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
  • Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
  • Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
  • Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433
Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433

Duck Brand Heavy-Duty Self Adhesive Weatherstrip Seal for Large Gap, White, 3/8-Inch x 1/4-Inch x 17-Feet, 1 Seal, 282433

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  • Self-adhesive, durable EPDM rubber seals the perimeter of outside doors and windows
  • Blocks out drafts, air leaks, dust, pollen and insects in both cold and warm weather
  • Will not freeze or crack in temperatures down to -40 F
  • 10-year guarantee
  • As stated in the instructions, total seal length is 17' after peeling the seal in half

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Mine was very sticky - great adhesion I have a sliding glass door wall, and there is a small gap where drafts and noise come through. (The gap is between the sliding door and stationary door when the door wall is closed.) I have previously purchased "no name" brand weatherstripping from the hardware store, and I had problems with adhesion. I thought I would try the Duck Brand since I like their duct tape and painters tape. This stuff with great - thick and well made. Also, I know other people complained about adhesion, but mine was very sticky. You only had about 10 seconds to change its position before it adhered. And it stuck - I mean really stuck. I used the weatherstripping in its double strip configuration. I did not divide the strip - instead I placed one "strip on the window" and "one strip" on the fiberglass frame, completely sealing the gap by leaving the two strips connected. I cannot speak as to how well this weatherstripping will work if you frequently open/close the door wall, but it works great for us because we hardly open that particular window. No more drafts - no more noise. I would purchase this again. 5Large Gap = Good I purchased the Duck brand seal from a retail store in the past and liked it, so I decided to buy more of the same brand from Amazon when I decided I wanted more. I purchased the 'large gap' variant.I have an above-garage bonus room with its own HVAC unit and have been trying to find ways to better maintain the temperature. I put the seal around the door and I believe I can feel a difference, maybe not IN the room, but in the stairway leading up to the room. The stairs go up from the house interior and there is a portion of the stairway that is in the attic; I've noticed that the upper area of the stairway outside the bonus room door is significantly hotter than before. This makes me believe that I'm now holding the cool air in the room better than before; I'm not air conditioning the stairway.I have some of the medium or small gap Duck seal, the large gap variant is definitely thicker, but will require more force when shutting the door. If you don't mind having to apply a little more force to shut a door, go with the large gap because it will ensure a better seal than the others. 5Apartment living with a smoking neighbor I live in an apartment with a neighbor that smokes (medical marijuana and cigarettes). The door to my apartment does not seal very well and there is a grate in the door for air flow that does not fully close. The smell of smoke comes right into my apartment as if they were smoking right in my place. I taped up the grate with plastic but the smoke comes right in around the door frame. This weatherstrip seal worked great! I had to order some extra weatherstripping because there was not enough included with a single order. It was very easy to install. I also installed a triple fin door sweep. Now, no smell of smoke at all. It is a little difficult to close the door with the weatherstripping but absolutely worth it. 5Non-adhesive side doesn't stick to paint! Note: I wrote this review 2.5 months after buying and using this product.Before trying this type, I tried the flat foam roll type of weather stripping (same brand), but the non-adhesive side "melted" to (and peeled off) some of the long-since-cured latex paint on the door. I decided to give this a shot since others said it didn't do that, and sure enough, they were right! It only sticks where you want it to stick.Also, the adhesive part appears to be a thin, clear plastic strip that's bonded to the back of the foam tube. When I had to remove part of the weather strip, I had to make sure to grab and pull the plastic strip, because the foam was just tearing off of it. Even so, it came off in one piece after that, and didn't seem to pull any paint off the door, although I was a bit concerned that it would.The only thing I don't like about it is that it seems there isn't a thinner version for gaps that don't need so much filler. This is only moderately squishy, and can make doors more difficult to latch if they're a little warped. 5pro tip: If the gap around your interior door varies or is simply a little to much for this to bridge, use layers of gaffer's tape, applied to the door, to make up the difference.It is easy to overlap alternating strips on perpendicular edges of the door, and then remove excess thickness from the small overlap-area in the corner by slicing through the edges of the overlap-area with a utility knife to a depth sufficient to peel off layers of tape.You could use any old tape with appreciable thickness, I suppose - such as duct tape or masking tape, but you may then run into issues when removing it when you are moving out of your apartment. It may leave behind gunk that is difficult to remove without damaging the finish of the door. Gaffer's tape leaves the least residue possible of all tapes, even after an extended time, and it comes in many colors less noticeable than duct tape grey.Also, rest assured that if you are weather-stripping an interior door for sound reduction purposes, it will make a significant difference even if your door is a hollow-core that you can't replace because you live in an apartment. Also also - pro tip - it will make it easier to humidify a bedroom, for instance. 4Great stuff Great stuff !Wiped surface with alcohol firstSticks very good , fantastic weatherstripping , made from good material , will buy againI use this Duck brand weather strip seal to seal out noise when I close my bedroom door , it's soo quiet now 5Great Product I ordered this weather stripping to install on my office's commercial aluminum door and frame. My building is older so there was previously no stripping installed at all. It was just a painted metal door closing onto a painted metal door frame.The installation took about ten minutes and I'm not exactly the handiest person in the world. I think that if you can put a postage stamp on an envelope, you can install this weather stripping. Some other reviewers have stated that the tape wasn't sticky enough. Before installing, I did prep the painted metal surfaces by wiping them down three times with some rubbing alcohol on paper towels. The tape appears to be holding very strongly.The difference from pre-installation to post installation is like inside versus outside for lack of a better pun. Before, I could hear all of the traffic from the street and feel drafts coming in and out. I don't have any of that now.Per another reviewer's recommendation, I ordered two packages to make sure I had enough tape. I had about 10 inches left over after making a U around my standard size door (36" x 80"). So if you want to fully enclose your opening (make an O as opposed to U), then you might need to buy two sets.Another reviewer wrote that the "stickiness loses effectiveness in transit." Sure, that could happen. But to easily prevent this, just peel off as much tape as you need to at a time. As in, don't peel 10 feet of backing off the tape to start, peel off one inch at a time as you're putting it around your frame and it'll be fine.I highly recommend this product. 5Immediate and noticeable seal against cold drafts Doors and windows were very drafty before application. Immediately felt the difference after applying this seal, significantly reduced or stopped the air leaks. The adhesive is strong yet possible to remove and re-position a few times if needed. 5Good product, poor packaging Good quality foam makes for a nice sturdy seal. The adhesive has not had any problems yet, but I suppose your mileage may vary depending on the finish of the door jamb paint you're adhering it to. Unfortunately, due to the way the product is coiled in the package, the last 12 inches or so have some creases and other assorted damage that may bother those looking for a clean line. In addition, since the length is two half-length strips side by side, covering a whole jam will require a number of short "scrap" pieces to be used, or at very least have one or more seams in the seal. Manually cutting the strips apart is also a rather tenuous process, both taking a long time and being hard to be precise with. A perforation would have been appreciated. 3It's not really the products fault It's a great product and is exactly like it is described.... My issue is more with the fact that it's was impossible to tell what thickness of strip would be best for the gap in my doors, and I couldn't find an answer anywhere online. Weatherstripping doors is not clearcut to me. I got the medium but it was apparent very soon after I tried to apply it, that because my door is warped it would not work all way around. It was too close to flush at the bottom and way too big a gap at the top. I even doubled up the stripping at the top and there was still a gap.The other door I wanted to use this on still has a draft because the medium would not fit at ALL. It was waaay too close to flush and I doubt the thinnest strip would work, even though there is still a draft. I'm not convinced this design is really the solution most people need for their doors unless they fit in a very specific category.I'll keep looking but I'm not really impressed with aftermarket door weatherstripping in general. 3
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Mine was very sticky - great adhesion I have a sliding glass door wall, and there is a small gap where drafts and noise come through. (The gap is between the sliding door and stationary door when the door wall is closed.) I have previously purchased "no name" brand weatherstripping from the hardware store, and I had problems with adhesion. I thought I would try the Duck Brand since I like their duct tape and painters tape. This stuff with great - thick and well made. Also, I know other people complained about adhesion, but mine was very sticky. You only had about 10 seconds to change its position before it adhered. And it stuck - I mean really stuck. I used the weatherstripping in its double strip configuration. I did not divide the strip - instead I placed one "strip on the window" and "one strip" on the fiberglass frame, completely sealing the gap by leaving the two strips connected. I cannot speak as to how well this weatherstripping will work if you frequently open/close the door wall, but it works great for us because we hardly open that particular window. No more drafts - no more noise. I would purchase this again. 5Large Gap = Good I purchased the Duck brand seal from a retail store in the past and liked it, so I decided to buy more of the same brand from Amazon when I decided I wanted more. I purchased the 'large gap' variant.I have an above-garage bonus room with its own HVAC unit and have been trying to find ways to better maintain the temperature. I put the seal around the door and I believe I can feel a difference, maybe not IN the room, but in the stairway leading up to the room. The stairs go up from the house interior and there is a portion of the stairway that is in the attic; I've noticed that the upper area of the stairway outside the bonus room door is significantly hotter than before. This makes me believe that I'm now holding the cool air in the room better than before; I'm not air conditioning the stairway.I have some of the medium or small gap Duck seal, the large gap variant is definitely thicker, but will require more force when shutting the door. If you don't mind having to apply a little more force to shut a door, go with the large gap because it will ensure a better seal than the others. 5Apartment living with a smoking neighbor I live in an apartment with a neighbor that smokes (medical marijuana and cigarettes). The door to my apartment does not seal very well and there is a grate in the door for air flow that does not fully close. The smell of smoke comes right into my apartment as if they were smoking right in my place. I taped up the grate with plastic but the smoke comes right in around the door frame. This weatherstrip seal worked great! I had to order some extra weatherstripping because there was not enough included with a single order. It was very easy to install. I also installed a triple fin door sweep. Now, no smell of smoke at all. It is a little difficult to close the door with the weatherstripping but absolutely worth it. 5Non-adhesive side doesn't stick to paint! Note: I wrote this review 2.5 months after buying and using this product.Before trying this type, I tried the flat foam roll type of weather stripping (same brand), but the non-adhesive side "melted" to (and peeled off) some of the long-since-cured latex paint on the door. I decided to give this a shot since others said it didn't do that, and sure enough, they were right! It only sticks where you want it to stick.Also, the adhesive part appears to be a thin, clear plastic strip that's bonded to the back of the foam tube. When I had to remove part of the weather strip, I had to make sure to grab and pull the plastic strip, because the foam was just tearing off of it. Even so, it came off in one piece after that, and didn't seem to pull any paint off the door, although I was a bit concerned that it would.The only thing I don't like about it is that it seems there isn't a thinner version for gaps that don't need so much filler. This is only moderately squishy, and can make doors more difficult to latch if they're a little warped. 5pro tip: If the gap around your interior door varies or is simply a little to much for this to bridge, use layers of gaffer's tape, applied to the door, to make up the difference.It is easy to overlap alternating strips on perpendicular edges of the door, and then remove excess thickness from the small overlap-area in the corner by slicing through the edges of the overlap-area with a utility knife to a depth sufficient to peel off layers of tape.You could use any old tape with appreciable thickness, I suppose - such as duct tape or masking tape, but you may then run into issues when removing it when you are moving out of your apartment. It may leave behind gunk that is difficult to remove without damaging the finish of the door. Gaffer's tape leaves the least residue possible of all tapes, even after an extended time, and it comes in many colors less noticeable than duct tape grey.Also, rest assured that if you are weather-stripping an interior door for sound reduction purposes, it will make a significant difference even if your door is a hollow-core that you can't replace because you live in an apartment. Also also - pro tip - it will make it easier to humidify a bedroom, for instance. 4Great stuff Great stuff !Wiped surface with alcohol firstSticks very good , fantastic weatherstripping , made from good material , will buy againI use this Duck brand weather strip seal to seal out noise when I close my bedroom door , it's soo quiet now 5Great Product I ordered this weather stripping to install on my office's commercial aluminum door and frame. My building is older so there was previously no stripping installed at all. It was just a painted metal door closing onto a painted metal door frame.The installation took about ten minutes and I'm not exactly the handiest person in the world. I think that if you can put a postage stamp on an envelope, you can install this weather stripping. Some other reviewers have stated that the tape wasn't sticky enough. Before installing, I did prep the painted metal surfaces by wiping them down three times with some rubbing alcohol on paper towels. The tape appears to be holding very strongly.The difference from pre-installation to post installation is like inside versus outside for lack of a better pun. Before, I could hear all of the traffic from the street and feel drafts coming in and out. I don't have any of that now.Per another reviewer's recommendation, I ordered two packages to make sure I had enough tape. I had about 10 inches left over after making a U around my standard size door (36" x 80"). So if you want to fully enclose your opening (make an O as opposed to U), then you might need to buy two sets.Another reviewer wrote that the "stickiness loses effectiveness in transit." Sure, that could happen. But to easily prevent this, just peel off as much tape as you need to at a time. As in, don't peel 10 feet of backing off the tape to start, peel off one inch at a time as you're putting it around your frame and it'll be fine.I highly recommend this product. 5Immediate and noticeable seal against cold drafts Doors and windows were very drafty before application. Immediately felt the difference after applying this seal, significantly reduced or stopped the air leaks. The adhesive is strong yet possible to remove and re-position a few times if needed. 5Good product, poor packaging Good quality foam makes for a nice sturdy seal. The adhesive has not had any problems yet, but I suppose your mileage may vary depending on the finish of the door jamb paint you're adhering it to. Unfortunately, due to the way the product is coiled in the package, the last 12 inches or so have some creases and other assorted damage that may bother those looking for a clean line. In addition, since the length is two half-length strips side by side, covering a whole jam will require a number of short "scrap" pieces to be used, or at very least have one or more seams in the seal. Manually cutting the strips apart is also a rather tenuous process, both taking a long time and being hard to be precise with. A perforation would have been appreciated. 3It's not really the products fault It's a great product and is exactly like it is described.... My issue is more with the fact that it's was impossible to tell what thickness of strip would be best for the gap in my doors, and I couldn't find an answer anywhere online. Weatherstripping doors is not clearcut to me. I got the medium but it was apparent very soon after I tried to apply it, that because my door is warped it would not work all way around. It was too close to flush at the bottom and way too big a gap at the top. I even doubled up the stripping at the top and there was still a gap.The other door I wanted to use this on still has a draft because the medium would not fit at ALL. It was waaay too close to flush and I doubt the thinnest strip would work, even though there is still a draft. I'm not convinced this design is really the solution most people need for their doors unless they fit in a very specific category.I'll keep looking but I'm not really impressed with aftermarket door weatherstripping in general. 3
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