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Frost King

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E/O Indoor Window Insulation Kit (9 per Pack)

$13.98 /each
  • Limit energy loss and boost the R-value of single-pane windows
  • Shrink sheets help stop cold drafts and heat loss
  • 9 pre-cut sheets insulate up to 9 stdd windows, easy install

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The Thermwell Products Co., Inc. Frost King Window Insulation Kit includes 9-pre-cut sheets to make it easy to insulate 9 standard windows. The 62 in. L x 42 in. W sheets help stop cold drafts and limit heat loss.

  • 9 sheets insulate up to 9 standard windows
  • 62 in. L x 42 in. W sheets
  • Limit energy loss and boost the R-value of single-pane windows
  • Shrink sheets help stop cold drafts and heat loss
  • Pre-cut sheets offer fast, easy installation
  • Includes 162 ft. of 1/2 in. double-sided tape

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My windows are stained, not painted, might the tape damage them when removed?

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December 7, 2013
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Groton CT
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September 11, 2014
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The tape shouldn't damage the stain when it is removed. If the tape leaves glue residue, you could effect the stain if you need a solvent to remove the residue. I used Fineline 919 Wax and Grease Remover, which is a prep for auto finishes, and it removed the residue and had no effect on the paint. Migh want to give it a test first.
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January 23, 2014
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Yes, it is possible that the tape residue will affect the stained wood.
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Ashtabula, OH
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December 12, 2013
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Stain shouldn't be a problem. With paint you worry about it chipping the paint when you take it down. My old window woodwork was also stained and I didn't have any problems removing it.
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December 9, 2013
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Hello Frosty,
Frost King does not recommend putting the tape on to stained surfaces.
If you have already put the tape on stained wood, it may pull up the stain when you try to remove the tape. You can try to work with it by using a blow dryer to soften the tape and peel it off gently with your fingers.
Do not use chemicals to remove the tape. This will cause even more damage.
- Christine
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Can I put this right on the window in 2 different pieces, or do I have to cover the whole opening with 1 piece?

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February 8, 2016
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Yes, you can install this in 2 pieces.
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February 3, 2016
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I would like to be able to open my windows with it on. I was thinking about putting it on the glass or the metal frame leaving a small space between the plastic and the glass. The temp in SoCal is up and down. Lately I've had some cold nights but I know the hotter days are going to come back.
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February 3, 2016
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As long as you are creating a (dead air) between the film and the actual windowpane, you could put up in 2 separate pieces. Without knowing the window type and what you are wanting accomplish, it is difficult to answer your question accurately.
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does this product come on a wider size? my windows are 50" +

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January 23, 2014
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Yes it does. I am not sure of the size but it will cover a patio door (sliding glass doors) or if you cut it you can do smaller size windows.
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January 23, 2014
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Yes, Home Depot carries an 84" x 110" size for large windows and patio doors
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January 20, 2014
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The Home Depot sells one that is 84" x 100" for Large windows or Patio doors.
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Sliders/No Molding

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December 6, 2013
My widows are sliders and they are set back/sunken windows. They sit back in the wall approximately 4-6 inches. There is no molding or trim work around them-- just dry wall. They are very old aluminum windows that are very drafty and need to be replaced (just purchased this house and have not been able to replace them yet) Would something like this insulation still work? Can they still be taped to the dry wall or would that damage the paint? Lastly, if they can be used on dry wall, would they be taped on the outter part of the wall or on the inner, sunken part?
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January 23, 2014
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Good question. I'm not sure how much damage they will do to paint, but you can always repaint in the summer. I would suggest putting them on the wall surrounding the window rather than inside the frame. They do stick better to smooth surfaces.
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January 23, 2014
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Yes, you can apply the painted drywall. Apply the tape to the outer wall surface.
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I can almost assure you that it will chip the paint when you try to remove it. Unless you use something like vegetable oil under the tape as you pull it off. Then you'll have to wash it off. If you are going to replace them anyhow, I would put them on the wall around the window rather than on the sunken part. Otherwise it won't stick correctly. But be aware that when you pull the tape off, the paint will Read More
I can almost assure you that it will chip the paint when you try to remove it. Unless you use something like vegetable oil under the tape as you pull it off. Then you'll have to wash it off. If you are going to replace them anyhow, I would put them on the wall around the window rather than on the sunken part. Otherwise it won't stick correctly. But be aware that when you pull the tape off, the paint will most likely come with it. Read Less
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 81 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stick with the 3M version... I used the 3M version of the window film to winterize my drafty useless windows last year and my heating bill was cut in half from the previous year. This year I picked up the Frost King Version as one box of 9 was enough to cover all the windows in my miniature house. Installation was as easy as the 3M product. I covered 4 windows yesterday and today the adhesive has pulled up from all the sills (which I thoroughly cleaned and let dry prior to installation). I would recommend spending the few extra dollars for the better product otherwise you may just end up having to do it all over again and this is not one of my favorite things to do. November 23, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I'll pass Not satisfied with this purchase. I purchased this kit a little over 2 weeks ago and We put these on 8 of our windows. of the 8, 6 of them have started to come off because the tape won't stick. And even with them on for the 2 weeks I did not notice a difference in our heat pump running. February 4, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed I have been using this exact product for years and have been completely satisfied. This year, however, is a different story. They must have changed the tape they use because I have had to reinsulate every single window I had done. Within hours the tape wasn't sticking. Never have I had a problem with this product before. I ended up ordering the 3M tape and it worked perfectly on the couple I tried. I contacted the company and they are sending me replacement boxes with which I will be using 3M tape to put the rest up. December 30, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of time & $ Bought the window insulation kit with the double-sided "tape". Window frame is clean. Tape doesn't stick at all. Returning. Bummer. January 23, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not as good as 3M Window Kits Tape is horrible. 3M tape with kit is much easier to peel and stays on better. I purchased this to try it out. 3M kit is just better all around. I like the plastic in a roll and not one size precut fit all. I have several different sized Windows. January 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Product I have ever used for covering windows I have search for two years trying to find the plastic covering for windows and patio doors and I finely found it with you. I was so excited to fine it becuase In Winter it is hard to keep out the cold So thanks for having it available It is a great product December 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Keeping the cold out I live in an old house with old wood frame windows; there are quite a few areas around the window where the wind comes whistling through. I add a bit of protection with the window insulation and it helps keep the room comfortable without runnin gthe heater a lot. December 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does not stick to aluminum windows This tape included is not sticking to aluminum windows at all and not very well to the foil. It best sticks to itself. Very disappointed bringing it back. Must have been old dried up inventory Home Depot is dumping at low price. December 2, 2015
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