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GUTTERSTUFF 5 in. x 48 in. K-Style Foam Gutter Filter
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GUTTERSTUFF

5 in. x 48 in. K-Style Foam Gutter Filter

  • Seals out leaves & debris
  • Affordabele filter with easy self installation
  • Made from durable polyether outdoor foam
$6.98 /each

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GutterStuff, the easiest self installed gutter filter on the market. It is affordable and invisible from the ground. GutterStuff eliminates dangerous and dirty gutter cleaning so you can spend time doing the things you enjoy. Unlike other systems, installation is simple and easily installs in minutes. It does not require special tools. GutterStuff fits completely inside any 5 in. K style gutter-the most common style and size on the market today. When you reach a corner you make a miter cut using a scissors or a knife. GutterStuff seals out leaves while allowing large volumes of water to flow through quickly. No other gutter cover, screen or guard system works as effectively to keep debris from entering the gutter. Product comes in 4 ft. sections made from polyether outdoor durable foam, this lightweight insert won't crumble, dent, bend or cave in, allowing for satisfied customers. It also prevents mosquitoes from breeding in the gutter. The foam's main structure includes a UV stabilizer and a germicide. The coatings added provide added value by increasing the UV protection and protecting the foam overall from the elements.

  • Keep your gutters clean with gutterstuff
  • Easiest self installed gutter filter on the market
  • Fits the 5 in. k style gutter, the most common size on the market
  • Germicide and UV protection-surface coating for additional UV protection
  • Affordable protection-invisible from below
  • 5-Year warranty
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Foam Gutter Filters

Are the foam gutter filters good in the winter or do they allow for ice dams?
Asked by: Joe
I bought my foam gutter filter at Sam's club..probably the same stuff...the foam pores are large enough where the grit off the shingles filters right through. Leaves, twigs, seed pods, needles, etc. stay on top where most blow away.
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2017-02-21

Hor to fix a leaking gutter corner

An inside gutter corner leaks and no matter what I try, it still leaks. It's a mitered corner. Is there a product that fits inside the existing gutter corner that would solve my problem? Hopefully it would extend at least a foot in both directions but any length would help,
Asked by: TommyS
I would use the spray rubber, like Flex Seal and spray the corner after cleaning the loose impediments. This should work fine.
Answered by: Dadoo
Date published: 2016-11-06

Asphalt shingle gravel?

Asphalt shingles are always shedding some gravel bits. Will it get stuck INside this foam product? If it does, I would think it pretty hard to get OUT. Is shingle shed a problem?
Asked by: Shawn
I have experienced shingle shedding and found that they simply lay on top of the gutter guards and blow off during high winds and or when I use my leaf blower to clean the tops of the gutter guards.
Answered by: Mike1
Date published: 2016-10-19

What about pine straw? Wont it get caught?

Asked by: Kim
a few strands can get embedded in the pores of the foam, but nowhere near enough to clog and detract from use.
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2016-11-15
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5 in. x 48 in. K-Style Foam Gutter Filter is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Durable - Leads to Muck Had these installed in our gutters for a few years. Like others have said, these allow for muck and grime to build within itself and under. This allows weeds and and other, unwanted plants to grow within the gutters. They have also disintegrated in parts, causing that much more buildup within the gutters, preventing water from draining.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Creates more problems than it solves Let me save you the hassle of installing and then taking them out a year or two later. The top surface pores of these eventually ( in 1-2 seasons) plug up with shingle granules and dirt. This then creates an impermeable layer on top of biological material that prevents rainwater from getting through. You either have to take them ALL OUT (a lot of work) and hose them off and bang the dirt out and reinstall or give up on this method. I took all mine out and bought the white vinyl screen guards that are not only easier to install, they don't plug up like these. Please do not waste your time on these. You will be glad you took my advice.
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from SHOULD BE GUTTER GARDEN - PROMOTES WEEDS AND INSECTS Bought several hundred feet of gutter guard two years ago, worked good for the first year, than started to grow weeds in gutter, contacted Home Depot for 5 year warranty, they told me to contact the manufacturer, no store warranty is honored. I contacted manufacturer talked directly to the Gutter Guard President, he told me there is no warranty for weeds growing in his product, suggested I get a gutter company to clean out gutters yearly to prevent this.from occurring. However weeds cannot be removed from this material because they grow within the mess. This product also promotes insects in gutters, ants love this stuff. I have since paid to have all of it removed. Absolutely terrible product. I am really suprised the major stores still carry this item.
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Work great for a couple years I was excited when I put these in to be through cleaning gutters.Unfortunately after a couple of years several spots have filled with tiny debris forming a cake like barrier.I can sweep off the top but it only looks better as water still can't pass.it also created sags for water and leaves to sit. Happened mostly at inside corners and on lower pitched area over porch. Still don't have to clean gutters but water either shoots over them or backs up at inside corner due to leaves piling in the sags. I will be switching out for the metal covers with the slots on top or the solid plastic with the holes on front lip if I can find in black.used the white plastic ones with holes on front lip on two grandmother's homes and they work great.on a big rainstorm some of the water may shoot off roof but I'm ok with that. No risk of backup under shingles or fascia board and rot or leaks. I think the front will need to be brushed every few years to minimize any clogged slots and water bypassing them and shooting off roof.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have used these foam-type gutter guards for about five years. I have found that after two to th... I have used these foam-type gutter guards for about five years. I have found that after two to three years the cells within the foam fill up with minute particles and then fail to handle the water as well as when new. If one can deal with this fact, and one is still able to get up on the roof for periodic replacement, then these type systems are still a convenient and cost-efficient way to keep the gutter interiors clear of blockage. I have found that foam gutter guards will last 3 – 4 years in gutter expanses that do not have rain water concentrated on them. If one’s roof has a channel – where two roof slopes meet – or has upper downspouts directing water onto a lower roof section, then those areas receiving the concentrated water will tend to fill up with minute particles faster. This will result in water overflowing the gutter in a heavy downpour. I have three such areas on my roof and to combat this I have found I have to replace the foam in these areas once per year. In my case, this is simply pulling out, or slicing out, an approximate two foot section and inserting a fresh one. The foam guards are very easy to install. They cut nicely with a razor knife and insert readily into the gutter areas. One gets pretty handy at fitting them around 90 degree corners, and adjusting for gutter supports. Anyone that states or infers that this product is a permanent solution is lying. But I have found it a cost effective compromise between the permanent, rigid (and expensive) gutter guards, and nothing at all.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am on my third year with this product and, thus far, I love it. I know it won't last forever, b... I am on my third year with this product and, thus far, I love it. I know it won't last forever, but so far it is working well for me. Leaves stay out, dry up and blow off the gutters naturally. How well these work (and last) for you will probably depend on your climate (especially sun), how much and what kind of debris falls on your roof, and perhaps your roofing material. I have a slate roof and live in the Philadelphia suburbs. Relative to its cost, this product has considerable value for me. One note: when the time comes for replacement, I will use the Pro version. Likely to last a lot longer.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good for 2 years only The sun after 2 years make this material dry rot and crumble and fall apart. What a mess in the gutters. Not only do you have the leaves to clean out you also have the sponge fall apart in your hands. Please do not make the same mistake on made. My gutters were better off without them in it. What a waste of money (close to $450. for my gutters.
Date published: 2016-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fit into the gutter. Looks like it will block any leaves from getting into the gutter. Great fit into the gutter. Looks like it will block any leaves from getting into the gutter.
Date published: 2016-11-06
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