GE Window & Door Insulating Foam

summary

  • Seals gaps & cracks around window and door frames without causing bowing
  • Creates airtight and water resistant seals
  • Helps save energy by reducing drafts

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Window & Door insulating foam is a UL classified polyurethane-based insulating foam that constructs an air-tight & weatherproof seal. This low-pressure, low-expansion formula expands to fill gaps without bowing windows or door frames and is versatile for projects inside & out. This foam has excellent adhesion to most building materials and is easy to use and apply with its attached straw applicator. No spray gun required. The cured foam can be trimmed, painted, sanded, and stained; excellent for spot insulating and touch-ups. It is formulated for construction, industrial, & remodeling projects. Cured foam insulates to R-5 for each inch of foam.

Typical UsesAround doors and windows, as well as indoor framing, ducts, pipes, joints, cracks, crawlspaces and numerous additional applications

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  1. Wear safety goggles, gloves, respiratory protection, and protective clothing. Protect surrounding areas with drop cloths.
  2. Shake can vigorously for one minute.
  3. Screw straw dispenser trigger completely onto can valve. Use caution to avoid activating the valve.
  4. To become familiar with product, test on experimental surface. Invert can and slowly depress the trigger to dispense the foam. Continue use in an inverted orientation.
  5. Fill rough openings approximately 1/3 full to allow for expansion. Release trigger 5 seconds before the end point, but keep straw end moving.
  6. For deep section application, allow the first layer of foam to cure before applying a second layer. Do not disturb uncured foam. See typical product information on label for times.
  7. Trim cured foam with a sharp knife or sand as needed. Foam exposed to sunlight must be painted or stained.

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