Open the windows and carefully clean the inner frame, then dry it. This is important in order for the self-adhesive rubber seal to be able to stick to the base.
Everything's Sealed Up Tight!
Whether cold, dust or noise: By insulating your windows and doors with tesamoll® you not only make your home more comfortable, you can save money and energy, too. Cold air and drafts have to be kept out to keep it cuddly and warm inside and prevent unnecessary heating costs. But what's the most important thing to know about insulating windows and doors? First of all, you have to find the right kind of sealant – it should be durable and able to stand up to any kind of weather, like tesamoll® seals made of rubber profile or foam.
What We Need:
How It Is Done:
First separate the rubber seals from one another as shown in the photo. Measure the height and width of the inner window frame, then cut the seals accordingly. Note: Don't remove the protective film from the adhesive surface yet.
It's best to attach the rubber seals one by one. That means: remove one piece of protective film, carefully press on the rubber, remove another piece of film, etc.
Practical side-effect: The rubber seals fit so flexibly onto windows and doors that they not only protect against cold and drafts, they provide effective noise insulation (e.g. street noise).