Lil, I believe that you could check online their inventory in stock or a phone call to the store will solve your problem!l
As long as the frame is dry when installing the tape, it will work just fine. The moisture does come not play when applying the tape.
Cut it to your desire size. Scissors.
Yes, I used it and it can be cut to size. Thety supply two sided tape which make it adhere tight to the edges. I love it. I covered a Heatalator opening to prevent a draft. Works as advertised.
yes,it depends on how secure you tape it.
Wouldn't try, it will probably burn a hole in the film. Hairdryer works fine.
Easy to install window insulation that is highly effective. I highly recommend this product
You might come up with a better way, but this is what we do: Trace the outline of your window with the 2 sided tape. Leave extra space in the perimeter (you might discover gaps you never noticed before; you could caulk them, too, if you feel like it). Pull up the white part, so the stickiness of the tape is exposed. Make sure the tape is matched up completely (no sparse spots at the corners, for example). Grab the plastic sheet. Match up with the left most corner. I recommend leaving a little beyond the edge of the tape. You can trim excess down later. Match the plastic to the tape on the top of the window. Then match it down the left and right sides. Then firmly pull the sheet to get the bottom portion attached. Trim any extra (beyond the stickiness). Regular scissors easily cut this film. Normal people seal it with the hair dryer at this point. But to be honest, we don't always do that part. We still get great draft protection. Don't overthink this product. It's easy to use. :-) Plus, if you really do mess up somehow, they've included a pack of sheets and plenty of tape. It's worth the price.
No. It's not recommended to be used on drywall.