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DOUBLE GLAZING FILM DRAUGHT INSULATION KIT WINDOWS 6sqm + Tesa Draught Excluder P Profile, White, 10 m + Tesa Insulating Film for Windows, Transparent 4 x 1.5 Metre (Maximum)
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Item Weight181 g
Product Dimensions19.2 x 14.8 x 3 cm
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Best Sellers Rank 26,983 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight186 g
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Date First Available28 Jan 2011

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By papaganoosh on 18 Nov 2012
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Nothing to say except for, incredible product.

Does exactly what it says on the tin. Slightly small for enormous sash windows (bigger than five foot wide or tall), but we made do and the product was great. I have just finished fitting it over two windows and felt the need to stop to give it a review.

It is easy to fix and when finished is very hard to tell it is even there, I added a few steps for those that are having issues with tape etc.

1. Cut tape to size for each of the four window edges.
2. Make sure that the tape will sit flush with each other in the corner but DO NOT overlap. If they overlap the tape will not stick to the white protective topping (this is what it is made for) and you will have a large issue.
3. Leave for 10 minutes with white top still on, so that it can stick to the window frame.
4. Whilst you are waiting cut the glazing to size, leaving at least 2cm's overhang on each side.
5. When you are ready (get help from another person if you can for big windows) take off the white topping and stick the glazing to the top horizontal of the window.
6. When this is secure, slowly make your way down each vertical, finishing with the bottom horizontal. Run your thumb over the tape multiple times to make sure it is all stuck down, do not worry if there are creases.
7. Leave this for 10 minutes and make a cup of tea.
8. Take a hair driver and holding it 5cm's away from the glazing start at one of the corners and work up and down slowly. You should see the film tightening in front of you, removing creases.
9. When the whole window has been tightened, get a torch and shine it on the film, this will show you areas that are still a little creased and need some more heat.
10. Enjoy your new double glazing!
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68 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Nothern Climes TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Sep 2011
I've now used both this version (Seal n Save 6 sq. m) & Tesa's 4 x 1.5m on the windows in my flat as well as those of my Mum's. If I'd have known what I know now, I would have only purchased this version, but at the time of ordering, I was curious to see how the more expensive product compared & got them both simultaneously.

The major advantage of this version is that the double-sided tape supplied is both stickier & stronger (no matter which type of window frame it's applied to), than the one supplied with Tesa, although the quality of the films is identical as far as I can tell. This product has also proved more economical to put up as well.

In keeping with previous reviewers, I've noticed a very definite improvement in heat retention with both products - the room heats up more quickly & cools down more slowly. It certainly makes sense from a scientific point-of-view, if not for the air gap that is formed with the installation of this film, but also because the plastic surface is relatively warm to the touch than the double-glazed glass that I put it over.

The reason that I've given 4 out of 5 stars is for the simple reason that when the film is in place, the windows have a grey tinge (see uploaded photos above, where I've shown the top window with film on as well as the bottom window not yet done as a comparison). This tinge, in my opinion, is very discernible & if I could afford not to bother with this film to avoid this fact & either have triple-glazing fitted or a limitless supply of heat instead, then I would!

Also, whilst the application of a hairdryer's heat does a lot to eliminate creases, it does not remove marks.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By El Bacar on 8 Nov 2011
I used this on older painted wooden single-glazed frames and was very pleased with the result as it does seem to have helped retain warmth in the room. I followed the advice of someone who used a similar product by placing the adhesive strip close to the window edge of the frame so that there was more room on the outer edge to manipulate the film onto the strip. It did 2 of the windows in my old terraced house, so I'm happy to go ahead and order more for the rest now.

Another tip I would give is to install this on a warm, dry day and make sure that the window and frame is as dry as possible to eliminate any, if not all, condensation which might otherwise be visible on the inside of the glass when it gets very cold outside. The only reason I say this is because, of the two windows I applied it to on a nice mild and sunny day, there was a very small amount of condensation on the inside of one of them after a frosty night, which I think was due to it being in a position which gets no sunshine and therefore may have retained some dampness in the frame. Having said that, without the insulating film I could previously have expected to find not only excessive condensation on the entire window but also a small pool of it on the window sill, so that's still a vast improvement. Also, the other window was completely free of condensation so, overall, I am very happy with this purchase and look forward this winter to being free of the onerous early-morning task of running around the house mopping up puddles from my window sills.
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