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Great Stuff Pro 14 Foam Dispensing Gun $21.06 at Home Depot B&M YMMV

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Zip Code: 78130
SKU: 300841046
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Look in the clearance endcap in the power tool department.

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This product has been removed from the Home Depot Website and app. It only shows the 14 XL. The Great Stuff Pro 14 Foam Dispensing Gun is located in the endcap in the tool department. I saw a couple of them and sharing the deal. There was another brand for $30 bucks as well.


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Pro 14 is still on the HD website at $46.98 ... Southeast Michigan... zip 48192 and multiple stores...
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These will be obsolete soon because they're making reusable dispensers right on the original can.
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Quote from SharpNarwhal346 :
These will be obsolete soon because they're making reusable dispensers right on the original can.
If you are talking about the new straws that you can close to "seal" the can for later, they suck. I've tried them and they make the foam come out in spurts because they obstruct it slightly until pressure builds up enough to make it all come out at once.
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Quote from SharpNarwhal346 :
These will be obsolete soon because they're making reusable dispensers right on the original can.
They've been doing that, and they SUUUUUUUUCK!!!

Also, the guns are more than just an ability to reuse the can, they give you better control, and a deeper reach.
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Quote from SharpNarwhal346 :
These will be obsolete soon because they're making reusable dispensers right on the original can.
Those straws will still have less control and get really sloppy.

I don't have a sense for these pro cans though. Are they less expensive than the strawed variety?
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Personally, this foam can gun is as good as any of the cheap ones you can find online. They will all get you 70-100 cans (whether you clean flush them with acetone, or not). So for myself, and the amount of fireblock and critter barrierfoam I use, I just buy the less expensive versions that are always $17-$25.
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Lol btw, this gun is listed at $91.24 at my local HD online. Lmao
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Quote from Mr. Sparkles :
Those straws will still have less control and get really sloppy.

I don't have a sense for these pro cans though. Are they less expensive than the strawed variety?
The reusable strawed cans are slightly more expensive per ounce than the pro cans. The non-reusable strawed cans are much cheaper per ounce than either.

However, the pro cans claim to do about double the number of windows for the same number of ounces. I'm not sure how they figure that though. I'm not sure if a certain amount stays in the can so the larger cans are more efficient, they include some kind of loss since they can can't be reused over it hardens, or if it's just marketing to try making the pro cans seem worth it.
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Had to seal an industrial size attic space for a fire marshall inspection, with roughly 7-9 inches between metal i-beams and the ceiling to fill. This gun (and the pro cans) were an absolute game changer over the straws.
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Had to seal an industrial size attic space for a fire marshall inspection, with roughly 7-9 inches between metal i-beams and the ceiling to fill. This gun (and the pro cans) were an absolute game changer over the straws.
Interesting - what foam did you use? Almost all of the cans I have ever used are not for filling such of a large void.
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Regular price by me. 🥺
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