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Old 12-21-2010, 07:37 AM   #1
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Re: 3M Window Insulator Kit

I used a similar product by a different maker, worked well. The tape wasnt what I expected, kinda like double sided Scotch tape.

If I were doing a bus, I would use more substantial double-stick tape, the one with the foam base. Make sure the taped areas are clean! And definitely have help on hand.
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Re: 3M Window Insulator Kit

I used that in my RV/home and works good. window sills dont fill up with water lol!

hard to see but they are plastic covered. also do your ROOF VENTS!! I stuffed vent pillows in mine cept the powered fan one in the bathroom.. but it froze down anyhow lol
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