36" Draft Stopper Blocker Cool Cold Air Under Door Guard Window Decorative Home
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- Polyester fiber cover & fill
- Embroidered snowflake design
- Corded handle & weighted ends
- 36"l x 4.25"w x 2.5"d
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Nothing raises the heating bill like a drafty door or window. Stop drafts before they come in with a Draft Stopper, and relax in cozy warmth. These draft stoppers are decorated with a festive snowflake on one end, and a corded handle at the other that makes them easy to pick up. It also has weights on each end so they don't blow away when attacked by a particularly gruesome draft. Stock up, because cold weather’s right around the corner!
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Unfortunately, as others have said, the blocker is not fully filled. It's only 3 small blocks of fiber fill, so it's very light, and it doesn't cover the whole length. The problem that arises is your unable to easily get it flush against a door with any sort of jam at the bottom. This is likely where the concerns about length have come up. It *is* the full 36" as advertised, but you have to pull it taught to reach that length.
Overall it's a good product, and I won't return it. If the company had just used more of the inexpensive fiber fill though we wouldn't have these complaints, and I wouldn't buy it again.
The one issue that I have with it, is the way it's weighted. There are 3 heavier spots inside, one in the middle and one on each end. Right inside my front door there is a sort of angled ridge, it's not completely flat. And it's very difficult for me to position this in such a way that it actually sits up against the door in all 3 spots, it ends up being a sort of balancing act where when the middle and one of the sides is situated properly, the other end isn't angled quite right. And even when it does sit up against the door in all 3 spots, there are gaps in between those 3 spots where it's not up against the door.
This will likely work better for people who have a flat floor butting up against the door. In my case, I like almost everything about it and I plan to keep it, but I wish that it was a little bit more form-fitting and consistent all the way through instead of just having 3 weighted areas surrounded by really lightweight stuffing that springs back instantly.
All in all, I really like it, but my complaint is such that, if I need to buy another one of these someday, it will likely be a different style. In my case, perhaps one that involves some sort of mini beads or gel so that it can stay how it's situated without always springing back.