Originally Posted by boston
Those plastic things really do work. I've never used them personally, because I've been fortunate to live in mainly places with new windows & heat included. But I've been in places before and after and it was a noticable difference. They're ugly and they make using your windows impossible. A major drag. But when heat is so expensive, what are you gonna do? If I was an owner of a drafy house I'd put it up in a heartbeat.
|It cut down on drafts immensely, even after putting down the storm windows and locking the frames. It's not really that noticeable under curtains anyway. I'm kinda embarrassed that I was so snobbish about it for so many years!!|
Originally Posted by Essie
Finally, I got an answer! thank you. So it comes right off when you want to take it off right?
Thanks so much
Originally Posted by Boobiemama
i was just wondering how that stuff worked. i have a sliding glass door that is single paned and old and the cold just blows straight through it.
but i am concerned with having the door blocked off, even though we have plenty of other escape routes.. plus, its my sewing room, so that will block the light.