- 1-62" X 210" vinyl sheet
- 1.2 MIL thick film
- Includes 84' x 1/2" of outdoor tape
- Seals window from outside elements during winter while keeping the inside warm
- Enough to do 5 average size windows
*Items shipped from our warehouse to stores in Alaska and Hawaii will receive a 70% shipping discount.
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- film melts when applied correctly
- tape fails
Comments about ACE HARDWARE Ace 62in x 210in Outdoor Shrink Window Kit:
Have used 3M window film for years. Bought this because it said windows and was twice as thick. First off, it's an odd shape, so while the square inches may be technically enough for 5 windows, it only covered two of mine with a lot left over. The first one I used the ACE tape. It went on well, but when I paused to try to see if there was some way for me to get even a third window out of the kit, in the 5-10 minute delay, the tape popped loose. I'd already shrunk the first window, so when the tape lets go, there's no way to stretch it back down. So I used packing tape -- looks trashy. So then I used leftover 3M tape from previous years to apply the second window. After I shrunk that window, the tape held fine, but when I was trying to get out the last few wrinkles, withe the hairdryer on low and everything, the plastic either melted or ripped in a straight line along one of the fold lines. Had to use packing tape on that. as well, but I think I'll give up and rip it all down. Looks awful. Never once had a problem with the 3M. Wish they made theirs in the thicker plastic, but this just doesn't compare!!
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