|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 5.8 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||B2|
|Size||19-ounce, 90-Foot Long, Grey|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||accessories|
|Included Components||Frost King B2 Mortite Caulking Cord 19-ounce 90-Foot Long, Grey|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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Frost King B2 Mortite Caulking Cord 19-ounce 90-Foot Long, Grey
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Mortite Caulking Cord is the original name in the do-it-yourself caulking. It is still famous for quality and versatility and will seal windows but will work great for gasketing material, sound deadener, insect barrier, crack filler and all around plugger-upper.
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Here is what I wish someone would have told me when I was looking to buy this. You do not need vision to apply this. I am totally blind, and I am able to do this without any site at all.
It feels like silly putty. All you need to do is press the stuff in the gaps, and the noise and the cold draught go away.
This is easier than using plastic on the windows because it does not require the use of tape, a hairdryer, a chair to stand on when you have to reach the high places, or anything else. It requires the ability to use fingertips to press it where you need it, and that's it.
If I notice a draught in my house, I am uncomfortable and cannot get anything done. I am extremely sensitive and aware of this. After someone pressure washed my house, I think it might have dislodged a little bit of this at the bottom of my door. There was literally a quarter of an inch that may have a come loose. I was distracted by the draft for days until I figured it out. All I had to do was use my finger to push it back in to the area and that was it.
It is easy to remove. So if you are renting a house, this is perfect. Just grab hold of it and begin dislodging it from wherever you have it and it will release itself.
This is my first review ever, but I actually thought it was important enough because I just used the stuff after owning it for four years, and I still love it today.
The coldest it gets is 28 degrees in the winter. But it is 70 degrees outside now, and I still can feel a draught when it comes through the door at the bottom. So it does not matter what temperature it is outside, it matters that I can seal the draught from coming in. I will shiver outside if it is 70 degrees with the slightest bit of wind.
This is what I would have wanted to read when I was doing my homework. I hope this helps you too.
I bought this off Amazon and 2 days later I was quickly fixing what the other product lacked. It is much softer but more easy to mold and stick into the cracks that need to be sealed. You can just put up one line or put up half the lines if you have windows like mine that have big gaps.
I have the ability to monitor my energy use and now I'm using about a third less energy per day after putting this up. Now it is 70 degrees inside my apartment and I haven't turned the heat on in 2 days.
Please note: I buy and pay full price for everything.
It is easy to apply -- kind of like soft clay -- and easy to remove come spring time. Choose one, two, or three "ropes" worth of thickness, depending on the size of the gap, and stuff into place. It is also a LOT cheaper than buying new windows.
Another huge plus: Does not degas awful fumes like the many removable silicone caulking products on the market.
Bottom-line: It's cheap, easy to apply (though it will take a long time if you have many windows!), and easy to remove in the spring. It stays pliable, so you could theoretically reuse it, but it's cheap enough that we just buy a fresh box each year rather than trying to painfully re-roll it and save it. Recommended for keeping out drafts without buying new windows.
When applying, i felt for where the draft was coming in and pressed it well into the cracks. The cold draft doesn't get in anywhere near as much as it used to. Also less noise gets in, and we live by a very noisy main street in Los Angeles.
Glad I bought this, it's a good value and saves on heating. Use this in conjuction with a good space heater for best results in winter. I can also easily remove this whenever we move out, so it's great for apartments . 4 stars because it looks so ugly and is a little crumbly.