|Product Depth (in.)||204 in||Product Height (in.)||0.1875 in|
|Product Width (in.)||0.375 in||Unspooled Length (ft.)||17|
|Builders Hardware Product Type||Foam Tape||Color Family||Grays|
|Hardware Color Family||Gray||Material||Other|
A: Thank you for reaching out. The use of household cleaners or a degreaser would work to remove this foam tape from the door. The use of heat from a hairdryer will work as well. Thanks
A: Yes, it could be used for that.
A: if the vent can be 'pulled' back in to create pressure on the foam tape, it's probably ok. If that's not practical, I'd want to use ordinary window and door caulking -- just squirt enough in to close up the gaps and let it harden there.
A: I think it might be able to be used in that way, but it might be a little narrow for your purposes. The adhesive seems to stick pretty well, so maybe if you wrapped the tape around the vent hose 2 or 3 times, lining the edges of the tape close together (not on top of each other), it might work the way you want.
A: most exterior door frames are built with a slot that is intended to accept the edge of rubber weatherseal. This is a far superior method of sealing the door and, if at all possible, should be used instead of any glue on product. Just pull off a bit of the non-functioning current weatherseal and look online for replacement product. When it comes, talk to the salesguy in the doors department about how to install it -- it's a bit difficult because it is intended to never be removed.
A: Yes, both are interchangeable.
A: I would not recommend this product for a door as it did not work well for me. The non-sticky side ended up sticking to the door and came off the door frame in 1 day when I opened the door. The same day I opened and closed the door many times and it stayed in place so I knew I installed it good but the next day it stuck to the door and peeled off when I opened the door.
A: Yes, it's interchangeable