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HomeDepot.com has 2-Pack 16oz. Great Stuff Gaps and Cracks Insulating Foam w/ Quick Stop Straw for $2.98. Select free store pickup where stock permits to save on shipping. Thanks syscompany

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Forms a permanent weather-tight seal to minimize drafts and insect infestation and has exceptional adhesion to building materials.

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Home Depot has 2-Pack 16oz. Great Stuff Gaps and Cracks Insulating Foam w/ Quick Stop Straw for $2.98 Select free store pickup where stock permits to save on shipping. This is $2/40% less than the last frontpage deal at $5.

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Read directions carefully before using it. I used one of these before and if it wasn't pleasant experience. If you set it for less than a minute, the product inside the extension tube dries up and clogs it right away. Wear gloves because if you get any of that stuff on your hand, it's painful taking it off.
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You have to plan on using the entire can at one time or you end up throwing anything you don't use away.
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Read directions carefully before using it. I used one of these before and if it wasn't pleasant experience. If you set it for less than a minute, the product inside the extension tube dries up and clogs it right away. Wear gloves because if you get any of that stuff on your hand, it's painful taking it off.
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Is it only for gap and crack? I want the one for window and door.
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Great price, bought 25 packs!
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Be careful, these have a relatively short shelf life.
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Be careful, these have a relatively short shelf life.
I remodeled my house and used cellulose insulation in the walls, but the house was balloon framed. I'm going to fill all the cavities with this to hold the insulation in place and return what I don't use. Smilie
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Be careful, these have a relatively short shelf life.
How long are we talking here? I have few cans that I got from an auction. Didn't know they have a short shelf life.
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Be careful, these have a relatively short shelf life.
Thank you for pointing this out!

I looked it up, and for those that are curious about the details:
"GREAT STUFF PROTM Gaps & Cracks Insulating Foam Sealant has a shelf life
of 12 months when stored at 75°F (24°C). Contents of the can are under pressure. Can may burst if left in areas susceptible to high temperatures, such as motor vehicles, or near radiators, stoves or other sources of heat. Do not place can in hot water. Do not puncture, incinerate or store at temperatures above 120°F (49°C)."

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Is it only for gap and crack? I want the one for window and door.
This would expand too much for windows and doors. Best practices is to use backer rod in the crack and caulk over the inside with a high quality dap caulk. The backer rod becomes a gasket and temperature changes on the window or door can expand and contract without binding on the window or door.
If you do use this for gaps it is recommended to have a clean dry surface and then using a spray bottle afterwards because foam is water cured. I talked to the reps from Dupont at the National Builders Show and that is how they recommend applying it.
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Read directions carefully before using it. I used one of these before and if it wasn't pleasant experience. If you set it for less than a minute, the product inside the extension tube dries up and clogs it right away. Wear gloves because if you get any of that stuff on your hand, it's painful taking it off.
You have to plan on using the entire can at one time or you end up throwing anything you don't use away.
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