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Protecto Wrap BT25XL 6 in. x 50 ft. Window and Door Sealing Tape
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Protecto Wrap

BT25XL 6 in. x 50 ft. Window and Door Sealing Tape

$17.57 /roll

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Protecto Wrap 6 in. x 50 ft. Window and Door Sealing Tape is great for use around doors, windows and nailed fins and flanges. Forms a permanent waterproofing air/vapor seal around doors and windows that prevents air and moisture leaks. Adheres to vinyl, plywood, OSB, foam, metal aluminum and masonry.

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  • No special tools needed, peel and stick installation
  • Highly aggressive adhesive self-seals around nails and screws
  • Protecto Tak or 3M spray adhesive (not included) recommended for priming the area to be sealed
  • Meets or exceeds AAMA 711 requirements and passes the ASTM E331-90 hurricane-level wind-driven rain test
  • Can be installed and left exposed for up to 120 days without UV degradation
  • Adheres to plywood, OSB, foam, metal, aluminum, and masonry
  • For more information, please visit: www.protectowrap.com
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is this product flexible to go on the sill and about 6 inches up when installing new construction windows

is this product flexible to go around corners when installing windows
Asked by: moonin
The product is very flexible, but when placed in the bottom of the sill (~2 in.) and wrapped up the sides it will not stretch enough at the corners to go around the corners when pressed against the siding, the corners will have to be cut. At least that was my experience. I used it to install 44x60 Jeld-Wen V-2500 windows in a new room addition to my house.
Answered by: PapaGator
Date published: 2017-02-21

Does this adhere to wood?

Does this product adhere to wood? Can it be used to seal around the sill of a foundation that is too close to grade and get wets every time it rains?
Asked by: Ben
Yes, as long as the wood is clean and dry, this will adhere very well.
Answered by: PapaGator
Date published: 2017-02-21

can it be painted ?

Asked by: fishingdog
Dear FishingDog: Not effectively. The surface is also typically uneven; not suitable as a final painted finish. Flashing like this is typically covered by trim, siding or another surface. I hope this is helpful. Mark
Answered by: BvilleBound
Date published: 2016-07-17

Can this be used on old Windows that have settled and leaks air or in winter blows threw. How and where would you apply?

Asked by: Curious
This product is usually applied prior to applying exterior siding and/or trim to help create a moisture and air seal for your windows, so unless your planning to remove the trim/siding I don't see how you can use this product. But to answer your question, after removing exterior trim and siding within 6 in. of the window, you would then begin working from the bottom to the top. First cut a piece 12 in. longer than the window width, center it on the window and apply across the bottom of the window, overlapping the window frame edge by an inch if possible, cutting the tape at the corners, if necessary, so the tape lies flat. Use a J-roller or similar to help smooth out any wrinkles and bubbles and ensure good surface contact. Now cut 2 more pieces of the tape for the sides, again 12 in. longer than the height of the window; center these and apply in the same manner as the bottom piece overlapping the bottom piece and smoothing as before. Next cut the top piece 14 in. longer than the width of the window, center it and apply and smooth as before. Next caulk the corners and any exposed "cut edges" of the tape at the corners. for the top corners tool the caulk into a fillet shape. Finally re-install the siding and trim and caulk as needed. That should do it.
Answered by: PapaGator
Date published: 2017-02-21
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BT25XL 6 in. x 50 ft. Window and Door Sealing Tape is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product, but definitely use primer spray! Today was my second time to use this product. The first time, it was only okay, but I found that it didn't stick to the OSB in some areas. So after reading some reviews, I tried again, but this time I primed the OSB with 3M Super 77 spray adhesive first (found in the paint department), and WOW!!! What a difference!! I couldn't believe how strong the adhesive felt this time. Just don't mess up when putting the tape on, because if you need to pull it off to readjust, you'll have a heck of a time getting it off!
Date published: 2016-10-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from For all you guys who say this has no adhesive capabilities: you're doing it wrong 1. Make sure th... For all you guys who say this has no adhesive capabilities: you're doing it wrong 1. Make sure the surface is CLEAN and DRY, as much as possible 2. USE PRIMER spray, something like Protecto Tak or 3M adhesive spray on the surface no more than 10min before applying this sealer tape 3. ROLL OVER IT with a squegee or similar
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Like other people, I bought this thinking it would stick to my door frame just like other similar... Like other people, I bought this thinking it would stick to my door frame just like other similar products I've used. The tape itself is thick, which is nice, but it has NO sticking ability. At first I tried for about ten minutes to pry off the side with the Protecto Wrap logo because I just couldn't believe that the other side was the sticky side. Then I went online to watch a video of someone installing it and they had some kind of mini-rolling pin to press the tape into the wood. So, off to the kitchen to find a rolling pin, which only helped slightly. The adhesive properties of this are close to zero.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Used on LOW spots of spray foam roof and SURFACE HAS TO BE CLEAN, CLEAN, CLEAN!!! i used it in the LOW spots on the flat, sprayed on foam roof that has to be coated every spring with the WHITE ROOF ROLLED ON ROOF COATING. but that stuff, in the low spots, bubbled up/festers probably as there is water in the foam, from being a low spot, and the water coming out of the foam when it is HOT HOT HOT in the desert summers. I applied this stuff in the CLEAN LOW spots on the flat roof and it seems to do ok? I coated it with the white elastomer roof coating when I pressure wash and coat the roof every summer to try to keep the roof/room underneath from being TOO HOT. I believe it reads that it is good for 90 days? but it has been abt a yr and the stuff still sticks to the roof, after being coated with the white elastomer coating. it is a patch job, waiting for it too cool off to put glued rubber roofing on that part of the roof, but in the short run, I think it works ok for what I used it for. its glue, asphalt and outer coating. I thought the glue was fine, but the SURFACE HAS TO BE CLEAN, CLEAN, CLEAN as the glue wont stick to... dirt, mud, dust, factory coatings that some things have. wipe the surface off with unleaded gas and a rag and let it evaporate, or alcohol if u want the stuff to stick right the first time.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Save your receipt I you decide to buy this product, be sure you have time to return in and buy something else before the job needs to be finished, and save your receipt because you may end up returning your Protecto Wrap. In fact, save your time by buying a different product to begin with. We ran out of 3M brand 8067 flashing tape midway through a job and I picked some of this stuff up so we could finish. It didn't have enough adhesion to hold itself up do any surface at all. Once I peeled the protective liner off, I touched the "sticky" side and thought I was supposed to peel something off of the other side as well. I was shaking my head wondering what was going on until I read some of the other reviews here. Honestly, felt paper would stick about as well as the roll of Protecto wrap that I bought.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Inspired to write a review after using this product to flash three windows. Useless product. Has ... Inspired to write a review after using this product to flash three windows. Useless product. Has almost no adhesive properties. Imagine marketing a window flashing that has difficulty sticking to house wrap? They do recommend using a primer in some applications but why bother when you could buy a better flashing that was actually designed to work by itself. Many manufacturers make such a product but your Home Depot may not have a variety. This was my only choice in my usual store but if I had to do it again I would go to a different store to find a well engineered product. It is also not stretchy and unsuitable for a sill pan application. Has a picture on the label showing how to install but that picture is not decipherable. Total waste.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I find it hard to believe the positive reviewers are reviewing the correct product because this s... I find it hard to believe the positive reviewers are reviewing the correct product because this stuff wouldn't stick to a fly trap! Bought 10 rolls and returned them all after fighting with the first roll. A huge waste of time. Home depot should have more scrutiny of the products it sells. AND you should not have to prime anything for this type of application. Tape is supposed to stick on its own!
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hi, I just used this product today to install two Jeld-Wen, 44x60 windows: new construction, plyw... Hi, I just used this product today to install two Jeld-Wen, 44x60 windows: new construction, plywood sheathing, Tyvek house wrap. I don't know what others are doing wrong, maybe they didn't remove the paper backing, maybe their house was wet, icy, oily, or something, because this stuff has an aggressively sticky surface, it sticks to everything. When a corner of it touched my house wrap (Tyvek) it was instantly stuck, removing it pulled away part of the Tyvek surface. I stretched and smoothed this onto the window nail fin and the window sill and siding; it stuck well to everything. I used a laminate J-roller to smooth out the occaisional wrinkle and air bubble, but didn't really need it in order to make the stuff stick. We just had a typical Alabama torrential down pour and then steady rain for about an hour; no leaks, no peeling, this stuff is holding up great and doing its job, even when it hasn't yet been covered. I highly recommend this product for flashing windows and doors.
Date published: 2017-02-21
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