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16 oz. Window and Door Insulating Foam Sealant with Quick Stop Straw

$598
  • Paintable and stainable for a customized look
  • Durable, water-resistant seal for filling and sealing areas
  • Ideal for windows, doors and skylights
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Product Overview

Looking for an inexpensive, fast air sealing solution. Then you've got to get GREAT STUFF Window and Door Insulating Foam Sealant Quick Stop Straw. For windows, doors and skylights, this minimal-expanding foam with a low pressure build forms a durable, airtight and water-resistant seal. It's the original window and door draft stopper.
  • New Quick Stop straw technology - helps stop messy foam drips
  • GREAT STUFF window and door's proprietary low-pressure formula is designed not to bow bend window and door frames
  • Ideal for filling sealing other areas where low-pressure flexible foam is desirable
  • Provides real insulation value which complements energy efficiency of the window or door - greater insulating value than chinked fiberglass or caulk
  • Yellow, soft, pliable foam is forgiving, easier to remove if gap is overfilled; cured foam can be stuffed back into the gap without trimming
  • Repels/deflects water and is tack free in 8 minutes; trims within 1 hour
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Specifications

Dimensions

Cover Area Per Bag (sq. ft.)
5 ft²
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
5 ft²
Product Height (in.)
9.25 in
Product Width (in.)
2.75 in

Details

Compatible Install Surface
Concrete,Existing Insulation,PVC/CPVC Pipes,Plywood,Wood
Cure Time (hours)
1
Dry to touch (min.)
8
Install Temperature (F)
40-100
Insulation Features
Paintable,Stainable
Insulation R-Value
R3.8
Insulation R-Value per Inch
R3.8
Insulation Type
Spray Can
Number of Pieces
1
Product Weight (lb.)
1.75 lb
Product Weight (oz.)
16 oz
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
None

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Customer Reviews

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Great for sealing windows. If you’re careful to cap the nozzle and make it air tight, the remaini...
Great for sealing windows. If you’re careful to cap the nozzle and make it air tight, the remaining canned foam can be used. The trigger and straw can be cleaned for more uses by using a stiff, narrow wire and compressed air. Note: The leftover doesn’t expand as much as a new can. Don’t forget to shake well. Seems to dispense better by tilting the can on its side or upside down. Also can be used without the trigger straw by simply pushing the nozzle to the side.
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Traps large bubbles, trimmed area not paintable
I purchased the great stuff foam for door and window gaps to fill a vertical gap similar to what you might find in a door frame in a corner of our sun room that was letting drafts and bugs in. A window butted up to it so I did not want to potentially now the frame and cause trouble with it shutting. My intent was to fill the gap, trim excess foam off and paint it. When I trimmed the foam, there were areas in the gap that had large bubbles, some extending more than half an inch into the gap. I expected much smaller bubbles or foam cells with this product. The trimmed surface definitely is not paintable and I'll need to find a different paintable caulk to fill in the bubbles before I can paint. Perhaps if you were able to judge exactly how much the foam would expand and didn't need to trim off excess foam and didn't care about how excess foam outside the gap looked, that skinned surface is paintable
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Response from GREAT STUFF & DuPontNov 12, 2020
Hi, Brent - Thanks you for sharing your comments about Great Stuff™ Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant. We apologize that our product didn't work as you expected. This product is designed to be used in framework and in rough openings around windows and doors that will likely be covered. In those cases, the cured foam is pliable and can be stuffed into the gaps of the frames before the trim is added. It isn't usually trimmed, but it is paintable and sandable. Depending on how close the window in your sunroom was to this area, the Great Stuff™ Gaps & Cracks Insulating Foam Sealant may have performed better.
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    Poor stability after application
    Foam applied well but did NOT maintain it's structure. Picture was taken after 24 hours.
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    Response from GREAT STUFF & DuPontSep 28, 2020
    Hi, M35! Thank you for sharing your comments about Great Stuff™ Window and Door Insulating Foam Sealant. We apologize if this product didn't meet your expectations. This product is formulated to cure in a pliable and flexible state, allowing for expansion and contraction with heat and cold. This prevents it from causing bowing problems with your windows and doors. We are unable to see the photo you provided through this forum. The best if used by date is found on the bottom of the can. If it is within shelf life, as with all products purchased through retailers, please return it for an exchange or refund at your point of purchase.
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      I really like this new straw with the function of...
      I really like this new straw with the function of stopping the flow. It did allow me to use the can the next day to finish insulating a small area I had missed. Usually, I would have to use a new can on the next day. Much more environmentally friendly. Please keep out of reach of children between uses, this Stuff is no joke. Also, if using around windows and doors, don't over fill, keep the straw moving around the opening.
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      Great Stuff Indeed!!
      Great Stuff Indeed!! Fills gaps and cracks perfectly! A great alternative to conventional fiberglass insulation. It remains rigid but pliable and does not bow out the cavity. Definitely wear gloves as you do not want this on your skin. Highly recommended!
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        Used it to fill cracks around my bath room exhaust fan housing. Work like a charm.
        Used it to fill cracks around my bath room exhaust fan housing. Work like a charm.
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        Great Stuff works exactly as described. 1 can was the perfect amount to fill the gaps around my 8...
        Great Stuff works exactly as described. 1 can was the perfect amount to fill the gaps around my 8 ft patio slider. Definitely wear disposable gloves and long sleeves, you don't want this to get on your skin. And gaps bigger than 1/2 inch might be better filled with fiberglass insulation.
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        The name says it all. Wear gloves
        The name says it all. Wear gloves
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        Great Stuff window & door type is a "great" product. Easy to use, excess trims off easy and very ...
        Great Stuff window & door type is a "great" product. Easy to use, excess trims off easy and very easy to paint. Home Depot has the larger cans with the red Quick Stop Straw, that is great for keeping any unused foam ready to use again.
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        Response from DowGreatStuffDec 17, 2018
        Hi JetPro, thanks for the great review! The Quick Stop Straw is designed to prevent drips when moving from one application point to another. It is not intended to be used as a storage tool. Like all one component foams, GREAT STUFF™ is a one-time use product. GREAT STUFF™ Insulating Foam Sealant will seal itself shut if left sitting after use. Inserting a pipe cleaner sprayed with oil lubricant or a nail coated in petroleum jelly into the applicator straw 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. You will need to cut off the yellow tip of the Quick Stop Straw to place the pipe cleaner or nail into the straw.
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        Great Stuff!
        Sealed a new door with this! It will expand a little bit and dry to a foam. Wear rubber gloves or something to protect your hands.
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        Response from DowGreatStuffDec 3, 2018
        Hi Rence, thanks for the great review! At a minimum always wear long sleeves, safety glasses or goggles and gloves when applying GREAT STUFF™. Please see the following guidelines for removing GREAT STUFF™ from skin: If the foam has not cured or hardened, use acetone or fingernail polish remover (with acetone) to remove the foam being careful not to spread it. Cleaning very soon after exposure is important and a polyglycol-based skin cleanser or corn oil may be more effective than soap and water. If the foam has hardened, there is no solvent that will remove it. To remove cured foam from skin, carefully use a pumice stone (available at most drugstores) and warm, soapy water. Be careful not to file through the material as the GREAT STUFF™ has bonded with the first layer or so of skin. Apply petroleum jelly or high quality hand lotion to the affected area to accelerate the natural sloughing and exfoliation of the skin. GREAT STUFF™ Insulating Foam Sealant is not harmful, is nontoxic, and it will wear off in time.
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          This is a great product this is the second door that I've replaced in my home and I use the great...
          This is a great product this is the second door that I've replaced in my home and I use the great stuff to seal all Open Spaces in between the door right off we notice a difference in our carrier temperature which is extremely cooler which is great in the Texas Heatwave which we are now going through this product is going to save me a lot of money and heating and cooling bill. Thank you great stuff
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          6 people found this helpful
          We live in Puerto RIco and have a sprayed foam coating on our roof, which acts as both a water re...
          We live in Puerto RIco and have a sprayed foam coating on our roof, which acts as both a water repellent and heat insulator. Between normal wear and tear and the recent hurricanes, there were a few places that had come loose from the roof. We were able to cut off the loose pieces and reseal them to the roof with this foam. We also used it to add a protective coating to the bolts and feet of our new solar panels!
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          Response from DowGreatStuffNov 28, 2018
          Thanks for the five star review, SusanofRG! GREAT STUFF™ generally will not function well as a protective coating when outdoors because of UV light exposure. GREAT STUFF™ Insulating Foam Sealant products are very sensitive to UV light. Exposure to UV light, even indirect sunlight will cause the foam to darken to an orange or reddish brown color in a matter of days or weeks. Constant exposure to direct sunlight will eventually cause the foam to break down and crumble apart. The foam must be painted or coated with a UV resistant coating if used outdoors.
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          Have always used it for all of my jobs , Definetely recommend
          Have always used it for all of my jobs , Definetely recommend
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          leaks very bad will not stop a waste of 5 bucks
          leaks very bad will not stop a waste of 5 bucks
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          Response from DowGreatStuffDec 4, 2018
          Hi stickymess, thank you for sharing your concerns with us regarding GREAT STUFF™ Insulating Foam Sealant products. We apologize for any inconvenience you may have encountered. For further information and assistance please contact our Customer Information Group at 1-800-441-4369.
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          It's the best... with the straw it's even better. Closes a lot of holes and hard to reach places.
          It's the best... with the straw it's even better. Closes a lot of holes and hard to reach places.
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          This stuff works great but I didn't find the cap on the end of the straw useful. I had to seal ar...
          This stuff works great but I didn't find the cap on the end of the straw useful. I had to seal around newly installed windows and the gap was too tight for the straw end so I pulled it off in order to get the straw where I needed it.
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          I used this to seal gaps and insulate around newly installed windows. It worked perfectly but tak...
          I used this to seal gaps and insulate around newly installed windows. It worked perfectly but takes a bit of practice to control the amount of dispensed sealant. I made sure that I had ample spaces ready to be filled so I could be sure of usint the entire contents of the can. I had no problems with the consistency and uniformity of the foam.
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          Excellent Product. The expanding foam worked well and better than I had expected. It expanded an...
          Excellent Product. The expanding foam worked well and better than I had expected. It expanded and filled the gaps around the door without making the frame tight on the door. Some of the gaps were large, due to being a brick rough opening and an old house. I put the outside trim on before I took a picture, so this was the only picture I could get, before the inside trim and finishing was done. The foam was easy to trim down after it expanded and dried and it is doing an excellent job of insulating the door frame.
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          Great Product!
          This is a great product for filling smaller gaps. For really large ones I would use fiberglass insulation. We used several cans of this foam sealant when installing new windows and doors. The big caution is this: it can drip on surfaces where you don’t want it, so if you are using it indoors it’s smart to cover the floor with cardboard. At one point we forgot to cover the floor and some foam hit the tile. Trying to remove it when wet is a big mistake. It smears and makes the situation worse. It is better to wait until the foam is hard and dry, and then carefully scrape it up. When using it outside (as shown in the photo) we were less concerned with covering surfaces. Some foam dripped in three places on the pavement and we scraped it up, but if the concrete had been rather rough we would have covered it because the foam leaves traces behind due to the uneven texture. Once the foam is dry it is easy to trim away excess. Before you start your project, take a look around your house to see if you have any holes that need filling, because once you open the can either use it all or toss it. We had some left over and used it to fill some annoying small gaps and holes. Overall this is a great product and I would recommend it.
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          Great solution to seal XPS and Polyiso foam board insulation panels
          In addition to the typical applications for the 'Windows and Doors' version of Great Stuff, this is a perfect solution for sealing the edges and joints of XPS and Polyiso foam board panels. It does not dissolve the foam board, and remains flexible as assemblies expand and contract each day. Attached is a photo of a recent project. We 'wrapped' the outside of a deep remodel in Massachusetts with 2" of Foamular XPS board, and sealed all of the joints and edges with Great Stuff. Then we applied a layer of DAP 230 sealant over the top, to make sure everything was air tight. One caveat: Like all versions of Great Stuff (including 'Great Stuff Frieblock'), it is very flammable and will ignite at just 240 degrees F. Do not install it near anything that might get hot, e.g. a furnace, plenum, fireplace, chimney, recessed ceiling light can, etc. I hope this is helpful, Mark
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          12 people found this helpful
          What did we do before this stuff!
          I have a old farm house and had to remove siding to be replaced with new siding and when I removed the old stuff I had substantial gaps between planks. I knew that I would not be able to effectively fill these with fiberglass and realized that great stuff would be my only solution.
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          Windows Sealed!
          the only issue I had was that despite the best efforts the steam is all but impossible to blow clean and thus clogs. You must use the entire can worth in one great effort.
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          Great Insulation
          Easy to Use. Spray and Go. It does all the work for you.
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          Great product for the price
          I used this product to seal up cracks and gaps to cut down on drafts and keep bugs out in my garage and home.
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          Great product, used many times
          It can be tricky at times to use, but for the most part, once I learned how it works, I have used it many times with great results. I even used it to help build a "Float" for a local parade. I am grateful that a product like this exists, I am sure it has saved me more in heat loss costs than I ever put out purchase it.
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          Worse than opening a can of worms!
          I replaced 7 windows and the door wall, all needing to be reinsulated. This stuff is the best product for the job but having not used it previously, I was on the 3rd can before I learned how to control the monster. I recommend you begin by applying much less than you think you'll need. You can always add more after the initial expansion stops, but if you put too much into the gap it will continue to ooze out for 30 minutes or more and cause a god-awful mess on all adjacent surfaces. I also recommend you mask where possible and buy a quart of Acetone for cleanup, it's the only thing that is a solvent, and then only before setting up! Be careful what you apply acetone to, it's nail polish remover! Oh, and wear disposable gloves. I had some of this set up on my hands and like the directions on the can say, cured material on the skin will have to wear off. I had a yellow fungus-like blob on my hands for over a week. Beware.
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          The cans lasted. I used on basement windows and one...
          The cans lasted. I used on basement windows and one can was enough for two windows. Of course it is dependent on the amount of gap you need to fill.
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                To comes unscrewed and didn't hold shape
                I used it to fill a patch for a dog door. It almost stuck to the side when using it and it would fold over and cause a mess. I like the quick stop lid but would push enough to start unscrewing the spray nozzle.
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