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Frost King

Epdm V27 Ga D Section Rubber Self Stick Weatherseal Tape, 9/16" W, 5/16" T, 10 Ft L, Grey

4.2
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Description

  • The product is 5/8x5/16x10 Seal Tape
  • Easy and simple use kit
  • The product is manufactured in China
  • Fits wide gaps
  • Long lasting
  • Will not crack or freeze
  • Retains shape after freezing
  • Fits one average window or door

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Customer Reviews

Summer Saver So far it s held up well. I had to remove it and put up again. And it still holds. Important to clean the area with alcohol before applying. In the summer it s usually just cool in my apt with the ac blasting. It s actually cold now and it s 94 outside. Very pleased. I actually got it to seal around the front door to keep cockroaches out. 5very niceproduct as expected5Great productVery good to work with !5Take your time to clean the surface before using! Does a decent job at blocking draft. I used this in our master bathroom, and the temperature is noticeably less cooler in there. The adhesive is a little bit on the weak side, which is why I knocked it down a star. So be sure to get your measurements right to avoid having to remove and replace the strip. For the folks who mentioned it falling off easily, they most likely failed to properly clean the surface that it was intended to stick to. If you use this on a dirty surface, it will stick to the dirt only and then immediately fall off! To need to clean and dry the surface before applying the weather strip. 4Great for sealing a leaking problem between Andersen sliding hurricane ...Great for sealing a leaking problem between Andersen sliding hurricane doors. About one inch of rain can leak into the doors' interior water trench, during a normal rain shower. But when we seal the doors up for the winter with a long strip of this material between the sliding doors, it seems to keep the leaking from happening. Glad that something helps with this problem. Only wish it could stay on there permanently, and help through the rainy months. The rubber stripping does peel off once the doors are opened.4Waterproof I used this for my 2008 Lincoln town car for a leak worked perfect 5I like it, but it didn't work! I know that is an odd title for a review, but it is true - Firstly, the actual weather strip is REALLY good quality, I have no problems with it at all.My problems are more to do with the door frame. It is an internal door in an apartment block, so I never anticipated problems with the wood expanding and contracting like on an external door exposed to the weather does. However there was a 1/4" gap all around the door, so I applied it according to the good instructions that came with it. All was well for two days and then the weather changed. Suddenly I could not close the door. Looking closely, the gap was almost non-existent now. The weather strip is very soft and squishy, but not enough that it can be squashed completely flat. That tiny bit of resistance, multiplied by the perimeter of the whole door, is more than enough to stop it being closed even when slammed very heavily. First I took the strip off the side of the frame with the hinges and it still would not close. So I took it off the top of the door frame and although slightly better again, it was still so bad that if I could have closed the door, I would not have been able to get back in again. Finally I had to take it all off and throw it away.So the strip is really good quality, but it just did not work for me. The door itself is a steel door, so it must be the frame itself that is expanding and contracting. You might want to think again about using any strip like this if you have wooden doors and/or frames. There might not be much you can do if you have wooden ones, as it seems even the slight pressure needed from any weather or draught-proofing strip to get a good seal, can be more than enough to stop the door closing when the wood swells again.Rather than admit complete defeat, I used an old tick I learned many years ago. I waited until the gap was very small indeed than put a thick bead of bathroom sealant around the inside of the frame, where the front edges of the door fit into. I then covered it with a layer of plastic film that clings to itself for food, so the door would not stick to the sealant and slammed it closed for the night. The following day I opened the door and carefully peeled the plastic film off the sealant, and left the door slightly open for a while until the sealant was properly dry.Now I have a door that fits reasonably well in damp weather, but still has a small gap when the building's heating is on. It is not perfect, but it is the best solution I have been able to find when the frame swells and shrinks so much.If you have all metal doors and frames, I have no doubt this weather strip will be excellent for that. Follow the instructions and use isopropanol for cleaning the frame thoroughly - Do not use something like nail polish remover, or surgical spirit, as they contain oils that are trying to moisturizing the skin/nail and make them nasty to drink. In this case you are trying to remove all oil and grease from the frame to get a good adhesion, so plain isopropanol is great.To make it long-lasting, I first tore the strip in half lengthwise - You are meant to do that! They supply it half the length, but twice as wide as you are expecting. It tears easily and accurately in half. When you are ready to apply it, peel the backing paper off and try not to touch the adhesive if you can possibly help it, it will make a big difference. The temptation when you are applying it is to rub it down in to place like tape, but DON"T do that. You are stretching it and it will come off again quite soon. I "dabbed" it into place rather than rubbing it. You don't have to press very hard, as closing the door will press it all into place quite firmly when you have finished.When stripping does come off, it is usually at the ends or joins. So I used a "super" or "crazy" type cyanoacrylate glue to glue down the ends of the strips and glue the joins together. I put some small pieces of polythene (cut from a bag that was handy) over the glue to stop the door sticking and left it overnight. In the morning I peeled the polythene off (it comes off quite easily) and left the door open for about 30 minutes to make sure the glue was really set before closing it and it worked perfectly, at least until the door frame swelled on me. 4Terrible adhesion The adhesive on the back failed within a week. I'm not impressed to say the least. It would probably work better in a different installation but for something that is labeled weatherstripping it did not deal well with cold air on one side and warm air on the other. The surface was cleaned before applying the strip but it did not hold. 1Three StarsPicture shown as white and the material is Gray.3I USED THIS TO SEAL A SAUNA DOOR THAT WASN'T ...I USED THIS TO SEAL A SAUNA DOOR THAT WASN'T AIR TIGHT. IT WORKED WELL, I'D ORDER IT AGAIN IF NEEDED.5It won't stick on my windows, so it's cold and I've wasted money I've done everything I could think of to get these to stick to my windows, and nothing has worked. I live in a really old apartment building (from the early 1900s) and the windows get really drafty. I thought I would give these a try and stupidly bought too many at once. Everything I installed has come off. They are still sticky, but won't seem to stick to my windows. I am really mad for how much money I wasted trying these out. Looks like another cold winter. Look elsewhere! 1no more rain water on my town car i install this on my 2007 town car on the passenger side there was a rain water leak fix it and all ok 5Good winter seal! I used this to re-do all my RV access doors on the outside to prep for coming winter, and worked better than any of that stuff made for sealing out the weather for RV access doors.I figured if they use it to keep the cold in on refrigerators, it would keep the cold out too ........ and it did, matter of fact it worked better to keep the cold out of my RV and the warm heat in.Good stuff no doubt! 5The original seal had disintegrated and this was the best substitute! No more soaking wet floors when it ...Used as seal for air conditioning vent in Lincoln Town car. The original seal had disintegrated and this was the best substitute! No more soaking wet floors when it rains!5Best Weatherstrip available! First off, I need to mention this splits into two separate ribs of weatherstrip each being 3/8" wide. No tools necessary to split it, simple and easy. Secondarily, this is my favorite weatherstrip as it works so well in many applications. I ordered 3 different kinds of Frost King weatherstrip, and this one worked best to seal around doors since it has a large hollow void and can be compressed more or less depending on how much room is around the door (you'd be surprised at how uneven it can be). This makes installation a breeze.Door seals so tight now, no bugs, cold or heat can go in or out now. We live overseas in Australia, swamp coolers are the main cooling for a house and the air used to scream past the door(literally screeching from the airflow) during the day, and bugs would crawl in at night. Now with this installed, even with all the doors and windows shut, no air comes past the door. The house stays insulated from the outdoors and no bugs!Thanks Frost King! 5Frost King V27GA X-treme Rubber WeatherstripWhen I removed the protective plastic strip from the back of the weatherstripping and attempted to stick the weatherstripping to the surface of my door, the weatherstripping immediately fell off. It seems the residual advesive left on the plastic protective strip was stickier than what was on the rubber. Maybe this item was in storage too long prior to shipping, and the adhesive transferred from the rubber to the plastic strip. Whatever the reason, I had to return the item.1Five Starsgood quality5Four StarsHelped seal our camper4Five StarsVery good quality. Long lasting glue5Thick and durable This is some heavy duty weather strip. Replaced some 5+yr old foam strip that had mostly come off the garage door. This is definitely a lot more durable and I'm sure it'll last longer, although I did have some issues with it sticking on one side. You need to make sure the frame you're applying it to is COMPLETELY clean. Any residue left on it, rough wood, etc, will prevent this from sticking so well. I had to scrape mine thoroughly with a razor to get all the foam adhesive/residue off first.The only issue I have with this is it doesn't compress as well as I'd like. It's obviously meant to fill larger gaps, they probably could've had the same effect with thinner rubber and a larger center hole, which would've let this compress more. The largest part of my gap is on the side where my door handle is, in fact it's so large at one point that I can still feel a slight chill breeze through an air gap between this and my door probably 1/16th an inch big. However, this compresses so poorly that I can barely shut and latch my door on that side. I have electric locks that used to be able to lock themselves, just as if i shut the door i can with one hand lock the door. With this I have to pull/push with a fair amount of my body weight - just to get the latch to engage. The top of the door I went with some foam weather strip because it compresses down to nothing and works almost as well (tried this initially and did not work well).To be honest this was a quick fix for a large issue we had in the middle of the winter with one of our doors. This spring I intend to rip off the door jam piece of wood (looks like the doors been busted in before, I couldn't get that piece of wood off without breaking - which is why I went this route) and cut a new piece of wood thats straight and fits up against the door a lot more snugly. Will probably still apply some foam strip after that, but it probably wont be necessary if it fits well. To be honest if you have a large enough gap you're considering this or the thicker version - you might want to consider fixing the door frame/jam to make it more snug against your door to begin with.Another decent use for this is windows. The latching problem isn't as bad on a window I've found. I have fairly new windows a few had their stock weather seal on the bottom coming off. This worked great in the center channel on the bottom and really helped seal them up well. I might consider purchasing more of these to replace on all of my windows. 4
Epdm V27 Ga D Section Rubber Self Stick Weatherseal Tape, 9/16

Epdm V27 Ga D Section Rubber Self Stick Weatherseal Tape, 9/16" W, 5/16" T, 10 Ft L, Grey

4.2
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