Unibond WhiteTeq expanding foam 500ml 50p @ B&M
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Unibond WhiteTeq expanding foam 500ml 50p @ B&M

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Found 13th Feb
A great saving on the rrp. I needed some to infill the gaps around the newly fitted windows.

I was looking for the wd40 and saw this instore.

Cheers to the o.p. Jamestobyoliver on the b&m wd40 thread.
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BrummyGeeza1 h, 5 m ago

I’ve got rats coming into the kitchen ( I live near a canal ) through a g …I’ve got rats coming into the kitchen ( I live near a canal ) through a gap in the corner of the wall , would this put them off from getting in? I tried concrete mix last year , but they ate through that after 2 months ( no UB40 jokes pls! )


They ate through concrete and you're asking if foam is any better?
Put some between your ears and be done with
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what about filling the air vents with this on newly fitted windows.
Super hot! I paid £10 for this a couple of months ago
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Great find! I've been looking out for something along these lines for a bit - and 50p is a brill price.

Heat!
grinnaslee34 m ago

what about filling the air vents with this on newly fitted windows.

Expanding foam will expand. How big are these vents??
Edited by: "Gollywood" 13th Feb
Looked for this when it was posted for a pound, couldn't find in any of the stores I visited and I visited several. Didn't see any in the store I was in today. 50p is a good price. voted hot from me
I’ve got rats coming into the kitchen ( I live near a canal ) through a gap in the corner of the wall , would this put them off from getting in? I tried concrete mix last year , but they ate through that after 2 months ( no UB40 jokes pls! )
Edited by: "BrummyGeeza" 13th Feb
BrummyGeeza2 m ago

I’ve got rats coming into the kitchen ( I live near a canal ) through a g …I’ve got rats coming into the kitchen ( I live near a canal ) through a gap in the corner of the wall , would this put them off from getting in? I tried concrete mix last year , but they ate through that after 2 months ( no UB40 jokes pls! )


I Think steel wool or something like that is what you use, someone else will be able to confirm
BrummyGeeza1 h, 5 m ago

I’ve got rats coming into the kitchen ( I live near a canal ) through a g …I’ve got rats coming into the kitchen ( I live near a canal ) through a gap in the corner of the wall , would this put them off from getting in? I tried concrete mix last year , but they ate through that after 2 months ( no UB40 jokes pls! )


They ate through concrete and you're asking if foam is any better?
Put some between your ears and be done with
jamhops12 h, 29 m ago

I Think steel wool or something like that is what you use, someone else …I Think steel wool or something like that is what you use, someone else will be able to confirm


Yeah, we solved a mouse problem with steel wool with expanding foam behind it, really simple job and lots of help out there.
Just got some in tower park Poole. Thanks op
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