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DAP Seal 'N Peel 10.1 oz. Removable Weatherstrip Caulk
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Seal 'N Peel 10.1 oz. Removable Weatherstrip Caulk

  • Saves energy and reduces utility costs
  • Provides temporary waterproof and weatherproof seal
  • Won't damage painted surfaces
$4.98 /each

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DAP Seal 'N Peel 10.1 oz. Removable Weatherstrip Caulk is ideal for seasonal weather-stripping of window and door frames, vents, fans and air conditioners. It forms a temporary watertight and weatherproof seal yet peels away easily at the time of removal.

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  • Formulated for seasonal weather stripping
  • Safely adheres to wood, glass, fiberglass, metal, vinyl, aluminum, plastic, concrete and painted surfaces
  • Saves energy
  • Easy to remove
  • Weatherproof seal

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Can this product be used to adhere 8mil clear vinyl fabric over windows?

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January 14, 2016
Looking to use clear vinyl sheeting to cover windows instead of the ugly shrink wrap. Was hoping I could apply this to the perimeter of the vinyl (cut a few inches larger than the size of my windows) and it could apply the vinyl for the season and prevent drafts.

I'm not worried about the weight of the vinyl... wondering if the product will damage it?
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January 17, 2016
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Velcro works great too! (I've done a ton of research and experimented a little but my apartment has different materials for pretty much every window frame so I've been weighing the best/cheapest/most inconspicuous options.)
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January 17, 2016
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I secured the tops with a piece of screen frame cut to the width of my windows and hung with small hooks. The other sides just drape but there are still small drafts. If you have painted sills you can add a magnetic additive to the paint and use magnetic tape on the corresponding sides. 12 mil vinyl or thicker is even better. Fabric stores put it on sale once a month for 50%-60%off per yard and you can Read More
I secured the tops with a piece of screen frame cut to the width of my windows and hung with small hooks. The other sides just drape but there are still small drafts. If you have painted sills you can add a magnetic additive to the paint and use magnetic tape on the corresponding sides. 12 mil vinyl or thicker is even better. Fabric stores put it on sale once a month for 50%-60%off per yard and you can reuse it year to year if you keep the roll/paper backing to store it in the off season
Stay warm :) Read Less
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January 16, 2016
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That is a great idea! I may try the same thing but I can't answer your question. For the cost of a tube and a scrap of vinyl it wouldn't cost much to test it...
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Car sunroof

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April 19, 2016
Can this be used safely to seal car sunroof temporarily, like a month and removed afterwards without damage to the plastic, metal and glass at the sunroof?
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April 20, 2016
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No, you can not seal a sun roof temporarily.
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April 20, 2016
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DAP SEAL 'N PEEL Removable Weatherstrip Sealant is not recommend for use in automotive applications.
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Can this caulk stop or hold water?

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February 12, 2016
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DAP SEAL 'N PEEL is suitable for for application exposed to water spray, it is not recommended for continuous water exposure.
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February 10, 2016
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DAP SEAL 'N PEEL is suitable for for application exposed to water spray, it is not recommended for continuous water exposure.
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Adheres and removes with no paint peel or ..

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December 12, 2014
With Latex painted wooden window to same frame ..this product will (as per recommended installation) just peel off without solvents , scraping , paint peel and leave no residue ? How does it adhere through expansion ?
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December 15, 2014
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DAP® SEAL 'N PEEL® Removable Weatherstrip Caulk is specifically formulated to form a temporary bond/seal (Product left in place for more than 1 year may be difficult to remove). Providing that the substrates are clean, dry and in sound condition, the product will be able to be peeled away without any damage or residue.
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December 14, 2014
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Stick and peel does not expand and is not made to paint over. It is a removable caulk and dries clear. It is really sticky and thick right out of the tube, fills reasonable gaps (1/8-3/16) and adheres easily to it's self and surrounding material. If you have a wide gap to span you may have to cut the tip back wider and overlap 2 beads to span the gap or use a backer/ filler material such as rolled foam Read More
Stick and peel does not expand and is not made to paint over. It is a removable caulk and dries clear. It is really sticky and thick right out of the tube, fills reasonable gaps (1/8-3/16) and adheres easily to it's self and surrounding material. If you have a wide gap to span you may have to cut the tip back wider and overlap 2 beads to span the gap or use a backer/ filler material such as rolled foam or even string or small twine if the gap is excessive. There is no residue unless you smear it really thin when applying but even that will roll off with a little finger rubbing when removing. To remove you grab the end (I use needle nose pliers to make it easy to grip) and just peel it off. I have not had an issue with it pulling off paint from my finished surfaces but be aware that if the paint adhesion is poor it may pull off some paint when removing. My advice is try it in an inconspicuous spot, let it dry and remove it. Read Less
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Seal 'N Peel 10.1 oz. Removable Weatherstrip Caulk is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't peel away!!! Leaves gummy residue!!! Applied in Nov. of 2015. Used it to seal against possible water intrusion around casement window to frame joint. Tried to remove July 2016. What a mess!!! There were only a few areas where the caulk peeled away...the remaining areas I had to use a putty knife. A very sticky residue was left behind. Now I have to attempt to remove the residue. Just an awful experience!!!
Date published: 2016-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I had to remove this caulk about two weeks after applying to a kitchen window. it wouldn't come ... I had to remove this caulk about two weeks after applying to a kitchen window. it wouldn't come off! It took over 30 minutes with a putty knife to get the window open. Damage was done to the paint job, too. I will never use the product again, and I used the old version of the product for decades without complaint. Apparently if you smooth the bead with your finger, there is a problem. No warning on tube !
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I used this product to seal old steel casement windows. I put the product on the frame and then c... I used this product to seal old steel casement windows. I put the product on the frame and then closed the window to make the seal. IT was nearly impossible to remove and required over 30 minutes per window, putty knives, utility knife, and a scraper. I called DAP and was told that the product is intended to just go over the gap of a closed window and not between the window and frame. If those instructions are on the label, mea culpa. If they are not, they ought to be! Don't make the same mistake I made either way.
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I own a couple of apartment buildings and do much of the work myself, so while I don't hang a shi... I own a couple of apartment buildings and do much of the work myself, so while I don't hang a shingle advertising Contractor for Hire, I am not a total amateur either. Anyway, I put this around a bad window today. It applied fine and easy to work with as far ask caulk is concerned. Some people gave it bad reviews, I think it went on fine. I don't know how easy this material will come off, but confident it will be okay. Note: if you have a wide gap (more than 3/16" use backer rod (or even bunched up paper towel works, too) to nearly fill the hole/gap first and then the caulk so it will set right and evenly - this goes for any caulk including this one.
Date published: 2016-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I use this product every year to seal the drafty windows in my apartment. I find this caulk works... I use this product every year to seal the drafty windows in my apartment. I find this caulk works well. I do find with this caulk that it needs to be bought fresh each year, as it gets to hard to squeeze it out, if the tube is saved from the year before. One tip, is to wet your finger when smoothing the caulk out, lest the caulk stick to your fingers. I put the caulk on thick, and I don't worry about doing a neat job, as I also cover the windows with plastic. I find applying the caulk thickly and not doing a neat job also enables being able to grab hold of the caulk in the spring to pull it off, so windows can be opened.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I used it around my overhead door on the outside . It was a little dry coming out of the tube . ... I used it around my overhead door on the outside . It was a little dry coming out of the tube . It is better than other brands I have tried .
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good for sealing recessed lighting fixtures Very good for sealing recessed lighting fixtures
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New Formula for 2014? I used this product last year (2013), and it saved the day. Hardly a breeze came in my windows where I used it. In Michigan, with all the Polar Vortexes, this was beyond beneficial. I saved quit a bit on my gas bill too. I just bought more to reseal the windows for this winter/keep bugs out who want to get warm, and noticed two things different, both of which are good. 1) It runs thinner than it did last year, and takes longer to dry, which is good, because it spreads better and fills the gaps better. Last year when I applied it, I had to move quick, or it dried too fast and didn't fill the window gaps right. So, I can work with it better this year. 2) The fumes are noticeably better. Last year I about died breathing this stuff. While it still has some fume issues, it doesn't seem as bad to me - maybe about 50% better.
Date published: 2014-09-11
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