Several types of self-stick pliable-gasket weatherstripping are made from non-rigid, springy materials such as foam, vinyl, felt, or sponge rubber. They have an adhesive backing for easy installation.
Self-stick weatherstripping is best where nailing isn’t possible, such as on metal or vinyl windows. It also does a good job sealing warped windows that are too irregular for rigid weatherstripping. And it’s favored for parts of doors or windows that press together rather than sliding against one another (sliding action can quickly dislodge the self-stick backing). It works well on hinged doors and windows.