|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 4 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||2110NA|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
3M Interior Transparent Weather Sealing Tape, 1.5-Inch by 10-Yard
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- Weather tape is flexible conforms to angles and curves
- Seals cracks to reduce energy loss
- Decreases heating costs
- Shrinks tight for wrinkle-free, clear-as-glass results
- Increases R-value by 90% over an average single pane window.
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The tape itself is very interesting. It's made of a thicker plastic. The only way I know how to describe the material is that it feels like those plastic decals you lick and slap on glass.
As far as the adhesive goes, I think the stuff is pretty good. It's strong enough that it adheres to the window well, but not so strong that when you peel it off it takes paint with it or leaves residue behind.
My one complaint is that there isn't very much tape. If it were a larger roll I probably would have tried it in every window in my house to see if it made a difference in my power bill.
I've taped 2 and a half windows (using 2 rolls of tape), and it's been a huge improvement. My girlfriend lives in an old apartment and the windows are fairly leaky, including one that doesn't close properly, rollers for counter-weights, and other areas that leak quite dramatically.
I spent around 3 hours cleaning and then taping the 3 windows in her livingroom, and there's a huge difference. Before, the heat would struggle to keep it at 68 in here, taking hours to get from 65 to 68. After I completed the taping and put the transparent window covering over them, it's 70.
However, if I were to do it again I'd probably try one of the other brands. They have 3 times the tape for around $7.50. I'd say this 10 yard roll does basically a window, 30 feet sounds like a lot but once you start taping all the cracks it goes fast. I've seen 2 other brands that come in 100 foot rolls, so I'd probably try them next time I need to do this.
But the 3M product does a very nice job, no doubt about it.
The tape is very thick, and does not come with a cutter- you need to slice them with scissors (don't try tearing) It is easy to apply and reapply, but catches fingerprints easily.
Will update at the end of winter about the ease of peeling off this tape!
**UPDATE**- I removed the tape on the windows we needed to open to install our air conditioner units in, and even though I used a blow dryer to loosen the adhesive, it removed most of the paint it had come in contact with. I definitely would not use this again. Downgrade to 2 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have used this tape on several windows and I'm still not sure what I think about it. It definitely is a quick fix approach to sealing cracks and it doesn't require any special... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Enzo
OK but I find in very cold weather it separates a little from the surface. In all fairness, I live in the northeast in a relatively col environment. But I won't buy it again.Published 5 days ago by cp20ny
This stuff really works. The sliding doors in our rental unit were letting in huge drafts of cold air and you could actually see the curtains swaying from it. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Blessed Momma
Used this to seal up an small BB gun hole in the window from the neighbors kids. Worked great and you can't see the tape.Published 9 days ago by Andrew W.
I live in a studio apartment and I have a bay window with a couch by it. Only one of my windows has storm windows and I had a terrible draft coming in through the other two and my... Read morePublished 10 days ago by tduany
This stuff was awesome. I can't compare it to using duct, packing, or masking tapes as alternatives, but I can say that I have used it to seal up the windows in my apartment and... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Xspencer
This works well. It's a thick clear tape that can be run along windows and doors.
What I wasn't expecting was that it would stay on so well even when condensation or... Read more