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

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  • Prevents air, moisture leaks
  • Use around doors, windows
  • Can also be used as flashing tape
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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.
  • 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
5.25
Product Height (in.)
6
Product Length (ft.)
50 ft
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Color Family
Black

Questions & Answers

25Questions37Answers

Can this wrap be used for flashing butt ends underneath Hardie cement plank siding? Need to be su...

Asked by Christmas1 July 24, 2021
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Dear Christmas1: Yes, Protecto Wrap is a good solution, and will have no impact on your Hardie siding. Be sure to get a printed copy of your Hardie siding warranty. My mother had Hardie siding installed on her home, and it began to degrade in areas where the snow collected, etc. Hardie probably improved their product, but your warranty may be helpful. Mark

Can I apply mortar over protecto wrap and then apply a brick facade / think brick veneer? If not...

Asked by JohnC April 21, 2021
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Dear John: If you are apply THIN brick veneer (not replacing standard bricks) you must instll expanded metal lath first. The lath must also have a gap behind it at least 1/4" deep,, so the mortar can push through and 'grab' the lath. Some metal lath products are available with ridges and are "self furring". If you use standard flat metal lath, scfrew 1/4" thick furing strips to the wall then securely attach the lath with thick staples. More info is available on the web. It is surprising that there was no lath behind the original thin brick veneer. Unless the wall is concrete block, it sounds like there was nothring to hold the veneer on the wall. I hope this is helpful, Mark

Can this sealing tape be used safely as an isolation/protection membrane between aluminum trim an...

Asked by DGMAX November 1, 2020
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yes, for best adhesion, apply to the aluminum material.

is this tape flexible enough to stretch around the corners for continuous coverage in flashing windows or must it be cut?

Asked by blin July 13, 2020
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I had no issues going around corners. No need to cut.

Can this be used over windows sealed with silicone caulk?

Asked by Gary May 6, 2020
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This is intended to lay over the mailing flange of vinyl windows, as well as wrapping the sill opening for rough opening.

I will be using this product on the exterior of my home, on top of a window pediment. It will be...

Asked by fstopfrank April 21, 2020
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I’m going to bring it back. I went to Builders First Source and their brand worked perfect.

Can this be used as a Flashing Tape before window installation ? Does this pass AAMA 711-13 , 5.2...

Asked by HOTRODNDAVE October 14, 2019
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Yes

I'm replacing a window. Will Protecto Wrap make a good seal between the existing Felt Paper and t...

Asked by Lulu September 29, 2019
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Cut the felt paper back 6” or neatly fold out of the way the width of the tape you decide to use. Start at the bottom of the window with the bottom strip extending 6” past each end of the window. Next apply tape to the sides and extend 2-3” above the top of the window and the bottom. Then install the top. Extend the top piece of tape 6” past each end of the window as well to cover your side pieces of tape. Installing in this sequence, bottom sides, top, you are ensuring the water will shed from this surface if it does get behind your shingles or clapboard. I’d rather have the tape bond to the plywood sidewall rather than the paper. If the paper has be torn or not cut evenly around, replace the paper and staple in place.

What can I use to remove the tape from windows and doors it got wet and is almost tar like

Asked by AMY September 4, 2019
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Try Goo gone for a non toxic approach. Get the spray bottle version and let it sit on the adhesive for a couple minutes. Test an inconspicuous area first. It should come right off. You could also use low odor mineral spirits as well.

Does it do any good to put this on top of the house wrap. The window fins are nailed on top of th...

Asked by EL November 26, 2018
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The house wrap should be cut to allow tape to seal directly to plywood the house wrap pulled back over and stapled. This will give you a watertight application.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 77% recommend this product
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I am installing new construction windows on my home and this product has performed well in gettin...
I am installing new construction windows on my home and this product has performed well in getting the bottom sill flashed well and the nailing flanges sealed as well. It can be a bit tricky to cut but it does stick well to clean surfaces.
by DaveB
Used installing sliding glass door. Works well....
Used installing sliding glass door. Works well.
by MrAaron
Stuff works awesome for sealing windows and doors. Especially for...
Stuff works awesome for sealing windows and doors. Especially for replacing doors like we did here. Toughest pet is getting it underneath the existing siding with out it getting stuck.
by HomeDepotCustomer
I’ve used this multiple exterior doors and windows. Works...
I’ve used this multiple exterior doors and windows. Works great. I would use it again and recommend it.
by Wes
The tape worked exactly as it should. It is very flexible and conformed to uneven surfaces well. ...
The tape worked exactly as it should. It is very flexible and conformed to uneven surfaces well. The adhesive is strong and will give a good bond and weatherproof seal
by jwlthr
I have used this product to seal around the new windows I had installed on my patio, sealing them...
I have used this product to seal around the new windows I had installed on my patio, sealing them to the Tyvek I had wrapped around my enclosed patio. This time I used it to seal the wall I cut into to install a Ruff Weather pet door. After cutting the hole in the inside and outside walls, I sealed around and across the open cavity to prevent air flow or weather from entering the wall. This sealed the tar paper that lined the outside wall when they installed the vinyl siding, the open wall cavity and the inside sheetrock. Once the Protecto Wrap was in place, I installed the pet door, wall spacing for the pet door, cutting the vinyl siding around the outside pet door and then used a silicone caulking around that to ensure a tight seal. This has ensured a tight seal preventing weather elements from getting into the wall cavity.
by Larry
1 person found this helpful
After flashing four windows with this, I then installed the windows on a weekend of satisfying wo...
After flashing four windows with this, I then installed the windows on a weekend of satisfying work. Come back the next weekend and found the flashing had peeled away from the OSB and felt that it had been originally applied to. I checked the package and did read that it was supposed to have stuck to those surfaces. Temperatures over the week varied from a low of about 50 to the low 80s (used in August in New England). I had used a linoleum roller to smooth out the flashing and ensure contact once in place. I then installed the windows. This performance is not at all what I expected as it is quite tacky when applied. So now the loose parts get cut away and a butyl caulk is used to seal around the edges. As all might suspect, I'd never use this stuff again. Some pictures are attached.
by Eic
7 people found this helpful
This window tape is super adhesive, and makes a great waterproof and air-leak seal between the wi...
This window tape is super adhesive, and makes a great waterproof and air-leak seal between the window and the Tyvek house-wrap. I use it every time for the past 10 years with no problems .
by NeilBloise
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