If you are feeling handy, purchase one long piece and treat the entire window as a large gift box, impossible to wrap, but you have to wrap it. Practice with lengths of paper or fabric folded snugly at the corners of the a/c unit to discover how much plastic you will need: you won't need very much more than you will use on windows without an a/c bump. Otherwise, buy two pieces for windows with a/c units: one for the window area above the a/c unit and a smaller piece to fit over and around the a/c unit. Practice with a bit of wrapping paper and cover the a/c unit as if it was a gift box, folding the corners of the paper to fit snugly.
Hi, depending on the size of your window you might get two or so.
Depending on the size of your window you might get two or so. Yes the double sided tape is included.
Yes the tape will work on a painted surface. But, you would not be able to open the window. The plastic would cover the crank for the window. The objective of the plastic is to cover the entire window opening for highly effective results. good luck.
The wands come off easily and can be stored in a closet.
Hello - Thank you for asking. We do offer larger sizes, such as our 3M Indoor Window Insulator Kit, 5 Windows product # 2141 W-6. Please feel free to connect with us directly at 1-800-494-3552 M-F 8am-5pm CT, if you have any additional questions or concerns.
This is very easy to remove. Just lift the tape off.
I just clean the window with Windex and let it dry and then just put the tape on and stuck the film over it was easy
If there is no air gap between the door and the film it will only stop air infiltration which is OK but if there is an air gap between it and the door, the air gap acts as an insulator and reduces heat loss. I used this on my windows in Arizona and it cut heating/cooling loss by 1/3 --- but this house was built in the 70s and has lousy single pain windows, but I was amazed what a difference it made. In the winter no longer can "feel" the cold when you sit next to window. Consider getting some door air seals tape with glue and mount that on the inside of the metal frame and then put the product on that instead of the door.
No its not