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GREAT STUFF PRO Gaps & Cracks 24 oz Insulating Foam Sealant
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- Must be used with GREAT STUFF PRO Series Dispensing Gun
- Recognized as a fireblock; inhibits the spread of smoke & flames through concealed spaces
- Minimal expanding for general purpose building envelope air sealing
- Fills gaps up to 3" and expands to take the shape of cracks and voids
- Forms permanent, airtight and water-resistant bond to vinyl, wood and metal surfaces
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Send gaps & cracks packing
Your attic, basement and just about anywhere in-between may have gaping joists, holes in wood, cracked blocks and more. Part of the PRO family of products, the GREAT STUFF PRO Gaps & Cracks Insulating Foam Sealant fills, air seals and insulates small gaps inside and out. Perfect for use with the Pro 14 Dispensing Gun, it sprays on easily and dries quickly. The result is greater comfort for the whole family.
Great stuff pro gaps & cracks benefits and suggested application
Can be used on gas line, pipe, and electrical wire penetrations. Orange in color so inspectors can easily recognize this approved fireblock foam. Resists water intrusion and maximizes energy efficiency.
Rim joist application
Seal the intersecting edges of the rim joist, foaming around 'boxes' of foam board or remove your existing fiberglass insulation, air seal and allow foam to cure, and place the fiberglass back in this space.
Sill plate application
Fill the gap where the pressure-treated wood meets the concrete foundation. This is a very common area of energy loss, so sealing this gap will improve comfort and increase customer satisfaction.
Top Customer Reviews
This foam cures with the moisture in the air. In dry weather, moist (not soak) the cavity you want to fill with a light spray of water before applying the foam. You will get twice as much expansion and no voids.
These cans go a long way; good bargain for the price, good value for the quantity. The applicator gun you need to buy to use these large cans seems a bit pricey (about $35) but is necessary and works well. None of it was very heavy to use. The applicator gun did not clog though sometimes I had such a gob of orange hardening foam on the end I couldn't see how it could possibly continue to work, but it did.
Downsides--the applicator gun doesn't extend very far so it was hard to reach into narrow spaces. The can itself sticks out awkwardly and has the same disadvantage. The can will spray upright or on its side, but not upside down, so it was hard to get into some areas by the ceiling between the joists.
The whole process is messy and sticky. Wear disposable clothing, if you can, gloves and goggles.
Added 5-11-2012: Just used a can that was partly used and left attached to the applicator gun for about 6 months, worked great. Not clogged at all and the foam worked perfectly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little expensive, but does the job much better than the straw versions.Published 4 days ago by Tommy R.
It Appears that this can requires some sort of screw-on adaptor at the top to be used. Nothing like that was included in the package. Waste of my money.Published 5 days ago by Chris
This stuff goes along way when you don't have to throw it away after one usePublished 1 month ago by John Combs/ Gail Combs