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GREAT STUFF 16 oz. Big Gap Filler Insulating Foam Sealant
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16 oz. Big Gap Filler Insulating Foam Sealant

  • Easy application for gaps greater than one inch
  • Air-sealing and insulating saves up to 20% on home energy costs
  • 16 oz. Big Gap Filler Insulating Foam Sealant

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GREAT STUFF Big Gap Filler Insulating Foam Sealant offers the same benefits as GREAT STUFF Gaps and Cracks but fills gaps larger than 1 in. So it's great for creating larger weather-tight seals to stop drafts and keep critters out. Plus, like all GREAT STUFF products, it's airtight, paintable, stainable and sand-able. It's polyurethane-based and perfect for all sorts of materials like wood, drywall, metal, masonry, glass and most plastics.

  • Forms a permanent weather-tight seal to minimize drafts and insect infestation and has exceptional adhesion to building materials
  • GREAT STUFF big gap filler insulating foam sealant can be used in interior or exterior application and is tack free in 6 minutes and can be trimmed in 30 minutes
  • Foam elasticity properties allow for movement and shifting within a structure
  • Cures as a cream colored, rigid foam; ease of application results from all direction dispensing
  • One 16 oz. can equals up to 24 tubes of caulk

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Is the can and it's tube re-sealable?

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November 27, 2012
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Yes, after a fashion (for great stuff in general). Take a 3-1/4 in nail (12d) and slide it about half way into the tube. With the can UPRIGHT, slightly pressurize the tube (this re-liquifies the product, you'll see the foam re-liquify in the tube). Later, when you want to use it again, to remove the nail, squeeze the tube (where it sticks to the nail) here and there with a pair of pliers to break the Read More
Yes, after a fashion (for great stuff in general). Take a 3-1/4 in nail (12d) and slide it about half way into the tube. With the can UPRIGHT, slightly pressurize the tube (this re-liquifies the product, you'll see the foam re-liquify in the tube). Later, when you want to use it again, to remove the nail, squeeze the tube (where it sticks to the nail) here and there with a pair of pliers to break the seal, and then the nail should pull right out, grab onto the head of the nail with the pliers and pull/twist. It'll keep a month, maybe two, I've gotten more than a dozen uses out of single cans across the span of days this way. If it doesn't dispense properly, it's been too long - just pitch it and start a new can. Read Less
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Yes you can reuse this after some use. I keep a narrow container with a lid handy. I pour acetone in it about 1/3 full. As soon as you stop spraying, remove the spray spout and tube then drop it in the acetone, replace lid and gently shake. The acetone will almost instantly dissolve the foam. Usually after the first shake or two, I remove the lid and insert the top of the can into the acetone and sort of Read More
Yes you can reuse this after some use. I keep a narrow container with a lid handy. I pour acetone in it about 1/3 full. As soon as you stop spraying, remove the spray spout and tube then drop it in the acetone, replace lid and gently shake. The acetone will almost instantly dissolve the foam. Usually after the first shake or two, I remove the lid and insert the top of the can into the acetone and sort of swirl it around so the acetone will dissolve the foam on the valve of the can. Let air dry and you can reuse the remaining material in the can at your convenience.
I have also done the same thing but used a freezer ziplock bag with a little acetone in it. Hope this helps! Read Less
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May 7, 2013
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The can is self sealing, but you may need to clean out the tube and nozzle. Once cured you can separate the tube from the "T" handle and use a piece of rigid wire to clean it out.
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March 15, 2013
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No.
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November 29, 2012
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It has been my experience to plan the application of this product in advance because the foam will start to set-up in the nozzle after 5 - 10 min. of non use. Once this happens it is hard to clean the nozzel. I usualy dispose of the can when I am through with my foam-filling project......(O^O)
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November 28, 2012
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Not re-sealable, but if you clean the tube you can reuse the product.
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November 28, 2012
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ALL THESE THINGS SHOULD BE USED AT ONCE. THEY SEAL THEMSELVES TIGHT. IiF IT HASN'T BEEN TOO LONG, TAKE TUBE OUR AND SEE IF MORE COMES OUT, iF IT DOES, CLEAN THE TUBE .
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November 28, 2012
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The GREAT STUFF (TM) polyurethane foam sealant will seal itself shut if left sitting after use, one time use should be expected.
Please try this tip for trying to prolong the use of a can. Inserting a pipe cleaner sprayed with oil lubricant into the applicator may prolong the life of the product up to 30 days, however, it's better to plan ahead, identify and list all possible applications before using Read More
The GREAT STUFF (TM) polyurethane foam sealant will seal itself shut if left sitting after use, one time use should be expected.
Please try this tip for trying to prolong the use of a can. Inserting a pipe cleaner sprayed with oil lubricant into the applicator may prolong the life of the product up to 30 days, however, it's better to plan ahead, identify and list all possible applications before using the can. Read Less
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November 28, 2012
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Absolutely not. If it's more than you need, try to find two places to use it- one right after the other. This type of product is very sticky & the tube becomes clogged after about 10 minutes. I drop it in my recycling can when I'm done.
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November 27, 2012
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I would say that you should plan on using most of it when you open it. I used the can twice and then couldn't get it to work anymore, even though it wasn't empty.
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Yes, it's basically an aerosol can. The foam will only flow if pressure is applied to neck. Be careful with the tube, though. When foam dries inside the tube, an inevitable result of the products use, the plastic become somewhat fragile. After each use I'd recommend unscrewing the tube from the can, otherwise the tube has a tendency to snap off at the joint with the trigger assembly it the tube is bent.
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Can I use this to seal gaps in the window around the air conditioner? If yes, which product do you recommend?

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Is this better than pillowy insulation squares?
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July 26, 2016
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yes and any depending on the size of your gaps...I do this every year on my removable AC units (I have 4 in the house)
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May 31, 2016
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GREAT STUFF(TM) Insulating Foam Sealants are not easy to remove. If you do use this product, we would recommend for you to use the GREAT STUFF(TM) Insulating Foam Sealant Window & Door product. When used outside, we recommend for the product to be painted to help protect it from the elements.
GREAT STUFF (TM) Insulating Foam Sealant products will chemically bond to just about all surfaces in a matter Read More
GREAT STUFF(TM) Insulating Foam Sealants are not easy to remove. If you do use this product, we would recommend for you to use the GREAT STUFF(TM) Insulating Foam Sealant Window & Door product. When used outside, we recommend for the product to be painted to help protect it from the elements.
GREAT STUFF (TM) Insulating Foam Sealant products will chemically bond to just about all surfaces in a matter of minutes. Once cured, it cannot be removed with solvents and the only option is mechanical removal. On hard, smooth, or polished surfaces this may be accomplished very carefully with a single-edged razor blade. If this does not work, or if the foam is on a soft or porous surface, the only option is to attempt to remove it using a non-abrasive cleanser. The more effort spent scrubbing, the more likely it is to see positive results. If the non-abrasive cleanser does not work, consider replacement or refinishing. A more aggressive approach such as steel wool or sandpaper will damage the underlying surface. Only UV light will break the foam down and this takes months. Heat has no affect on the foam. It may soften, but it will not melt and the resulting fumes may be harmful. Read Less
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May 30, 2016
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If the air conditioner is not placed permanently in the window, then I would not use the foam sealant. Instead, use a strip of foam or other weather stripping.
If it's a permanent placement, you can use the expanding foam. May want to go with the small gap version.
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May 28, 2016
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The gap around an air conditioner in a window is best filled with a soft, flexible foam material that is purpose made and that is sold in the insulation section of most stores like Home Depot.
To use a foam sealant like Big Gap would likely cause a mess.
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May 28, 2016
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Yes & no this is for larger than a .5 space that you need sealed perm. Not for removing or that ,self expanding sealer would work better like the bags you get in boxes today.
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Yes, exactly what I did to my new window AC last month.
You can pretty it up next day, if required, with a knife.
Always use gloves, clean up skin with "nail polish remover" or better - acetone.
Whenever the AC is removed, there will be a lot of cleanup, scraping to do but not more maintenance than electing something less permanent/sticky (like the foam).
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Yes, exactly what I did to my new window AC last month.
You can pretty it up next day, if required, with a knife.
Always use gloves, clean up skin with "nail polish remover" or better - acetone.
Whenever the AC is removed, there will be a lot of cleanup, scraping to do but not more maintenance than electing something less permanent/sticky (like the foam).
This also serves as a better against infiltration, precipitation and even structurally mounting the AC as part of the assembly. Some consider this method better nighttime security, so difficult it makes AC removal for burglars.
Too many window ACs in my history to count & this is the only method worth the time/effort. Read Less
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Dear Chrissy: Definitely NO! Great Stuff sticks tenaciously to everything and is very difficult to remove, so if you sprayed it on the trim around the window, you would have a major cleanup project in September or October. That said, Great Stuff is a perfect solution for many seal-the-air-leaks projects, precisely because it sticks to almost anything and is easy to apply.
So.... the best solution for Read More
Dear Chrissy: Definitely NO! Great Stuff sticks tenaciously to everything and is very difficult to remove, so if you sprayed it on the trim around the window, you would have a major cleanup project in September or October. That said, Great Stuff is a perfect solution for many seal-the-air-leaks projects, precisely because it sticks to almost anything and is easy to apply.
So.... the best solution for the gap around your air conditioner is standard flexible foam, that you can insert to plug the air gaps -- and easily remove when we move into Fall. For example: Future Foam Model # 10030BULK3, Home Depot Internet # 203837114 Store SKU # 794736
I hope this is helpful.
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May 27, 2016
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This stuff will seal it good and fill the cracks. But you will never get the air conditioner out easily in the future without damaging the window frame. This stuff sticks THAT good.
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how do you remove the sealant from your hands?

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September 14, 2016
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Nail polish remover with acetone was my first resort. It cleaned the nozzle and can quite well. My fingers took a full day to get clean, I tried soap and water, nail polish remover, alcohol, hand sanitizer, olive oil, even abrasive scouring powder. This is not an easy project. Time and soap and water actually prevailed. Go easy don't get too carried away or you might injure your skin. I washed my hands Read More
Nail polish remover with acetone was my first resort. It cleaned the nozzle and can quite well. My fingers took a full day to get clean, I tried soap and water, nail polish remover, alcohol, hand sanitizer, olive oil, even abrasive scouring powder. This is not an easy project. Time and soap and water actually prevailed. Go easy don't get too carried away or you might injure your skin. I washed my hands frequently and even put on latex glove after washing to allow them to say moist. Eventually the moisture apparently loosened the material and I was able to peel it off my fingers little by little.
This was an extreme case, in that I forgot to wear latex glove as I usually do and I used my fingers to distribute the sealant before it dried. In the future as I have in the past , I will wear my latex gloves, and maybe use a popsicle stick to distribute any sealant if really necessary. Read Less
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Mineral Sprits...or Gasoline
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Solvents like turpentine or thinner work well. If your messy, latex gloves work well, but who wears gloves anyway ;)
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It is very sticky and that is good. Use latex gloves.
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I have had this problem also, it slowly comes off in a few days but looks awful until its all gone.
Whenever i get out a can for any foaming (also any polyurethane glue like Gorilla Glue)..its get on some nitrile or similar gloves. I do not know of any safe simple solvent to use on your skin. Yes i have tried a few different ones and decided its better to just let a few days pass instead of a secondary
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I have had this problem also, it slowly comes off in a few days but looks awful until its all gone.
Whenever i get out a can for any foaming (also any polyurethane glue like Gorilla Glue)..its get on some nitrile or similar gloves. I do not know of any safe simple solvent to use on your skin. Yes i have tried a few different ones and decided its better to just let a few days pass instead of a secondary irritation.
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According to the label on the can it cannot be removed from your skin, it must just wear off. That was my experience as well and I tried everything from alcohol to brake cleaner. It took about 2 weeks for the last of it to disappear. My best advice, use rubber gloves, make sure you wear protective eye wear, and wear old clothes.
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I use rubbing alcohol or fingernail polish remover also worked for me. best get it when it is still wet...
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December 2, 2013
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If the foam has not cured or hardened, use acetone, fingernail polish remover (with acetone), or use GREAT STUFF™ Work Wipes. If the foam has hardened, there is no solvent that will remove it. It will not harm your skin and will wear off over time. To remove cured foam from skin, use a pumice stone (available at most drug stores) and warm, soapy water. Then apply petroleum jelly. More information on the Read More
If the foam has not cured or hardened, use acetone, fingernail polish remover (with acetone), or use GREAT STUFF™ Work Wipes. If the foam has hardened, there is no solvent that will remove it. It will not harm your skin and will wear off over time. To remove cured foam from skin, use a pumice stone (available at most drug stores) and warm, soapy water. Then apply petroleum jelly. More information on the GREAT STUFF™ Work Wipes can be accessed here. Read Less
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CAN IT BE USE TO REPAIR CRACKING PLASTIC WICKER

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I HAVE A PLASTIC OUTSIDE WICKER LOVE SEAT THAT IS CRACKING FROM WEATHER WEAR AND I DO NOT WANT TO THROW IT AWAY. IT HAS HOLES AND PATCHES MISSING. CAN GREAT STUFF FOAM BE USED FOR CLOSING THE HOLES AND OTHER CRACKS THAT ARE IN THE LOVESEAT. BASICALLY CAN IT FEEL THE MISSING AREAS IN.
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It would fill the holes and cracks (if you could get the nozzle inside the material as this expands outward) but would in no way improve the integrity of the piece. Basically it will not help the issue nor make it better. This product is designed to fill in voids with the intention of preventing air flow and has no real structural value.
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June 3, 2016
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GREAT STUFF (TM) Insulating foam sealants are designed to fill small cracks and gaps and do not provide structural support. Use of this product in any other way than it was intended is considered experimental and at your own risk.
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Whereas filling in is its forte, the results I imagine you seek would not be same as Big Gap results if employed. Big Gap - think of popcorn, making rice expansions that balloon everywhere and mostly uncontrollable and then begin this process in one of those wicker holes .....
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I have similar furniture on my porch and a very good memory of trying to keep wicker furniture serviceable.
Great Stuff would not likely be suitable from a structural perspective. Also, it would likely look just awful.
Strong tape might be your best bet.
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June 2, 2016
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The product will fill the cracks but may not look well.
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No it is not strong it is simply a filler too keep out weather....I recommend something like Fiberglass repair tape and resin. like these (also from Home Depot)
http://www.homedepot.com/p/3M-Bondo-8-sq-ft-Fiberglass-Cloth-20128/202077813
http://www.homedepot.com/p/3M-Bondo-1-qt-All-Purpose-Fiberglass-Resin-20122/202077790
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Dear Vonda: No - Great Stuff foam has very little strength. It cannot be used to repair your wicker love seat. Wicker is difficult to fix after it begins to crack or rot.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 240 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ive used this product several times now with high expectations, only to be disappointed each time. I will not be purchasing this brand again. October 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not expand I purchased two cans in Home Depot I used first can and it did not expand the second can was not any better DOT2Q M5702 bottom of can said best used by 20/Dec/2017 October 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Seems the same as regular gap filler This filler was on-sale but still a dollar higher than the reg foam for the same size. I used both types interchangeably and couldn't tell the difference. Both filled large gaps with the same ease. Material seemed the same once dry. I can't recommend it over the reg version for large gaps. October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product We bought this because we have a leak in the roof and there was a storm coming. No water came in! Great product, it worked to stall the repair. Piece of advice, use gloves, it can get everywhere! October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It works, It really works Love this "STUFF" works great and repairs literally last for years. I've used it to fill in large gaps where stucco has crumbled on the outside of my house. Keeps out weather, moisture, critters etc. until I can get to a more permanent repair. Easy and effective temporary or permanent repair. Only draw back is the nozzle. The newest renovation is a sliding cap on the end of the nozzle which restricts the flow. It caused so much pressure in the length of the nozzle that it snapped the entire nozzle right off the connection on top of the can. Look for the open ended nozzle. Store will exchange with no problem. Clean up is messy but if you clean the nozzle and straw well, you can get a 2nd and 3rd use from the can. Definitely wear latex gloves. This stuff is made to stick tight and your fingers are no exception. September 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stuff Performs as expected but difficult to use and estimate quantity needed. September 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very similar to regular Great Stuff I needed to fill a gap of over 1 inch wide and 14-foot long. One can was enough, though I had anticipated it would be too much. As it turned out, the Big Gap filler was not substantially different than the regular Great Stuff in that it didn't expand as much as I expected. Therefore, I had to double back and re-fill many remaining gaps. In the end, it worked for my application, but its performance did not match the description on the can. In the future, I'll just buy regular Great Stuff because it seems to be more dense (i.e., smaller bubbles in the foam) when cured. By the way, I've seen complaints about GreatStuff regarding how messy it is when you try to work it/shape it after applying it. GreatStuff is not caulk and should never be touched after application. Trim any excess only after it is fully cured (note: the inside can remain sticky after the outside is firm to the touch, so be patient). September 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't work for my application I would possibly recommend this for a different application but I can't say, as I haven't tried any of the intended specifications. October 4, 2016
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