- Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 2.8 x 9.5 inches ; 14.1 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0002YX98O
- Item model number: 157911
- Average Customer Review: 94 customer reviews
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GREAT STUFF Gaps & Cracks 20 oz Insulating Foam Sealant
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Send Gaps and Cracks Packing
Your attic, basement and just about anywhere in between may have gaping joists, holes in wood, cracked blocks and more. GREAT STUFF Gaps & Cracks Insulating Foam Sealant fills, air seals and insulates small gaps inside and out. It sprays on easily and dries quickly. The result is greater comfort for the whole family.
Apply on Rim Joist
Gaps & Cracks expands to take the shape of voids, creating a permanent, airtight and water-resistant bond. Apply in your basement rim joist to improve energy efficiency all year long.
Insulate while you seal
One can of this 20oz Gaps & Cracks is equivalent to more than 30 tubes of caulk and it has the added benefit of actually insulating your home! Fill the space around pipe penetrations and once foam is fully cured, you can cut, sand, paint or stain it to blend into whatever surface you're working with.
Block Unwatnted Airflow
Apply anywhere you feel a draft or see a space where air can flow to and from your home's exterior. GREAT STUFF Gaps & Cracks can be used on the interior or exterior of your home and has excellent adhesion to building materials.
Increase home comfort and energy efficiency with GREAT STUFF and GREAT STUFF PRO. Insulating Foam Sealants from Dow.
From the Manufacturer
GREAT STUFF Gaps & Cracks is a polyurethane-based insulating foam sealant that fills, air-seals and insulates small gaps (up to 1 inch) inside or out. But you probably guessed as much from the name. What you might not have guessed is how easy it is to use (thanks to the straw applicator) or how it expands to take the shape of cracks and voids to form a durable, airtight, and water-resistant bond that eliminates unwanted airflow and helps reduce condensation.
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1) WEAR GLOVES. Really! I REALLY mean it. This isn't one of those things that its some technicality. It's bad enough to where it really should have a critical warning on it. Why? Basically, unlike 99% of everything else in the world, this will NOT come off your skin with soap and water. No scrubbing will remove it. Don't believe me? Google it and read how people have removed it from their fingers. I'm literally talking about things like using a grinder. Don't use your good gloves either as they'll get ruined. Get a box of disposable gloves!
2) See #1. Yes, it's that important.
3) It CAN be messy. Its not necessarily messy by itself, but when you're trying to fill in big holes and it keeps expanding you will probably use too much and have to clean it up. While using gloves (again), you might want to use some towels to quickly clean it up or just plan on trimming it later
4) It's one time use. There's a bunch there, but its not for a one-time-experiment thing. Locate all of the places that need done and then do them all and use up the can
5) Its that ugly, trademark yellow. Why can't they come up with a white version? It'd make it unnoticeable in many scenarios.