Softening Metal Wind Chimes

If you find that your wind chimes are annoying you, your pets, or your neighbors, there are steps you can take to soften their tone. This page has advice about softening metal wind chimes.
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September 16, 2005 Flag

Some chimes seem to be overpowering and much louder than you might want. To lessen the harshness of chimes, stuff a cotton ball into each end of each metal cylinder. The result will be a muted, much softer sound that might be better suited to your ears.

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September 16, 20050 found this helpful

Your neighbors might appreciate it too!

Thanks for the good idea.

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