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DOW CHEMICAL CO 230408 PRO CAULK DISPENSING GUN


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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Dow Chemical
EAN 0074985005800
Material Type metal and plastic
Part Number 230408
Power Source Type Manual
UNSPSC Code 27000000
UPC 074985005800

PRO 13 DISPENSING GUN - For use with great stuff pro series. Most economical gun, lightweight, go... Read full product description



Product Features

  • FOAM SEALANT GUNS
  • PRO GUN 13 - PRO-SERIES


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000BQTXVK
  • Item model number: 230408
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,926 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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DOW CHEMICAL CO 230408 PRO CAULK DISPENSING GUN + GREAT STUFF PRO Dispensing Gun Cleaner, 12oz + Dow Great Stuff Pro Gaps & Cracks 24oz Gun Foam 341557
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Product Description

PRO 13 DISPENSING GUN - For use with great stuff pro series. Most economical gun, lightweight, good bead control, barbed dispenser tip, less foam waste. No post dispensing.

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3.3 out of 5 stars

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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By peter lau on December 12, 2010
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I seldom write reviews but this is an outstanding product and deserves a writeup.
I bought this dispensing gun after I saw it used by a contractor who worked on my house. I am adding insulation in my attic myself and was debating whether to get this for the big job of sealing all the cracks and gaps in the attic. I tried using the normal Great Stuff foam cans from HD and made a mess. The foam came out in globs and shot all over, not exactly the straight lines that I was looking for because I used some rigid foam boards around a knee wall in the attic.
What a wonderful product this is and worked as I have imagined. I think it only works with the Pro Great Stuff foam cans so make sure you buy some online as well since I can't find them at HD. It is simple to use, just shake the foam can for about a minute, screw it onto the gun, open and adjust the dispensing knob on the back of the gun and you won't believe what a difference in the ease, control and accuracy you get with this gun versus the floppy straw that you get with the consumer Great Stuff cans. I spent the last two days sealing every gap and crack inside the attic and got professional results and still have not finished one can of the professional foam. I think the professional foam, which is orange vs. yellowish white, acts also as fire stops, so it is really not expensive and lasts much longer with the precision and no waste of this gun. If you have a decent size project or just want to do a good job sealing up any cracks to make the house more comfortable, I would definitely recommend getting this. Make sure you also buy the cleaning fluid in a can and get some Acetone from HD for general cleanup after using the gun, otherwise, I can imagine that you will get clogs. I think I will insulate the basement next!
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Steve Beatty on October 13, 2012
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I've been a contractor for 20 years, and have been using foam dispenser guns for about the last 8. They're designed for insulation work, but they are great for backing replacement windows, sound-sealing doors, backing hot mud repairs, fire-sealing--all kinds of stuff.

With any tools, but especially these, regular and thorough maintenance makes the guns last a long time. I do a quick-clean of the guns with the canned acetone after every couple of cans of foam, and every year dissemble the entire thing and soak the parts in a pan of acetone, followed by a buffing out of the mating parts with fine steel wool and a light oiling with sewing-machine oil. It generally keeps them working great.

I've owned two Hilti CF DS-1 guns, which lasted me three-four years each. That's easily eight to ten cases of foam each.

When my insulation sub damaged my most recent CF DS-1 a couple years back, I went with a Pro-13 for cost reasons (obviously.)

That one lasted for about 1/2 case of foam, but then it clogged. Despite my best efforts to carefully clean it, it went into the dumpster.

A Pro 15 quickly followed, and that lasted for a little less than a case. It was expensive, but ultimately the parts clogged, the threads stripped out when the tool was dissembled, and with the low-quality manufacture of the parts, they just are doomed to fail.

In a pinch at that point, a few weeks ago, I doubled down on stupidity, and bought another Pro 13. That has lasted me two (yes, two) cans of foam. I finished putting it back together this afternoon, and the fit of the plunger into the tip is just so lousy that the foam began setting up in the nose tube again.

My recommendation, is that for a homeowner, or a DIYer, the "Pro" guns are going to work.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Angela F. on December 17, 2011
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I rarely write reviews, but I often use them to reach a decision when making purchases, so I figure it's time to pay it forward. I purchased this gun for my husband after he spent several days doing research and had decided he had to have this gun. We debated between this one and a more expensive model, but ultimately decided the reviews for this product seemed reasonable and we'd rather spend the extra money on other home projects. He wanted to use the gun to seal our basement and fireblock our half bath. He was so excited when the gun arrived, but the first night he tried to use it, he had trouble correctly attaching the Great Stuff canister to the gun and then could not get it loose to straighten. Refusing to be defeated, he read up on the gun that night and tried it again tonight, using vaseline to attempt to help things along. He went through 3 canisters of Great Stuff (which is NOT cheap at $12 a can), wasting most of each can as the gun misfired and leaked out all over the place. It kept cross-threading and try as he might, he couldn't get the thing to work correctly. Not sure if maybe we just got a faulty gun, but my husband is a handy guy, and this gun has gone from a source of excitement to a source of extreme frustration for him. My recommendation to anyone considering purchasing this product would be to pass on this one. It is DEFINITELY not worth the money or the frustration.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Paul Lockwood on August 28, 2009
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For DIY this is great, finally I have control over GreatStuff.

Over the years I have had to buy four of these. I have learned not to leave it for more than a week or two without spraying some foam to put fresh in the gun. Acetone work greats for cleanup if you don't let it clog up. Also be sure to buy the yellow cleaning product as it help with cleanup - I think it sprays Acetone.

Don't expect this to be any cheaper than the cheap disposable cans, but you will do a much better/cleaner job.
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