• http://www.pragmaticenvironmentalism.com Brenda Pike

    Good idea. We installed sweeps to our doors to cut down on the drafts, and they’ve helped a lot. It’s only been one winter so far, but I hope they last a long time.

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    I made something similar but there’s a tab on the top so you can attach the draft dodger to the door http://condo-blues.blogspot.com/2009/02/make-no-slip-stay-put-door-draft-dodger.html

    I made some for the doors of the closets that are on outside walls of my house.

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  • http://fatfreddysfurrycat.blogspot.com/ llanos

    i reckon it’s a waste to use rise.. you eat the rise and put sand inside. the rise you put there might have travelled from somewhere in Asia and might not even be organic or fair trade!!

    llanos

    • http://fatfreddysfurrycat.blogspot.com/ llanos

      i meant rice..

    • http://glueandglitter.com Becky

      That’s an excellent point! We used sand in the one I made, and it’s working out very well so far. :)

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  • Renate Martienssen

    What a good idea! I´ll make a “draft dodger” myself this very aftenoon. Also I live in Spain, there too sometimes “cold winds are blowing”!