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Use a Rolled Towel for a Draft Stopper

If you have drafts coming in from under your door, here's a quick and easy solution from items you already have on hand to make a draft stopper:

Take a bath towel or two, roll them up lengthwise, and tie with yarn, embroidery thread, or string, every few inches to secure. :-)

By Deeli from Richland, WA



Use a Rolled Towel for a Draft Stopper

I have made my own Draft Dodger by measuring my door and add 2-3 inches to the length and 9 inches wide. Cut a piece of fleece. Fold in half so you have a long tube. Sew twice across the bottom and up the long side. Turn right side out and fill with 'kitty litter', then sew the opening closed. No drafts from under the door! (01/27/2009)

By JoanDogs

Use a Rolled Towel for a Draft Stopper

Our dogs - especially our mutt - would dismantle anything we sewed, so we just end up tossing a shirt or something in the crucial spot. That way, when the dogs inevitably drag it away to chew on, we haven't wasted a lot of effort.
Stuff like this is too nice for us "doggie" folks, lol! (01/28/2009)

By JustPlainJo

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