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Twin Draft Guard&#174 Door Draft Stopper 3.3 5 11 11
Cheap product - save your money I have a large space under my wooden condo door that leads to the hallway and this product did nothing to block out sound due to the cheap foam used to insert in the fabric. It also does not stay in place so my door would not close completely unless I adjusted the fabric and tubing each time. If you're looking for a product to block light and drafts it would probably work (and you could probably find a way to secure it with adhesive or something), but it did not work for my needs. Would love any recommendations if somebody knows of a product that is constructed out of a heavier material! May 3, 2014
Quick fix, marginally effective If you need something a little more effective that a towel on the floor to block the door draft or to keep critters out this helps a little. It's really cheesy, but inexpensive and simple to put together. The material bunches at the ends and so the door doesn't close easily. If you cut the foam tubes more to tighten the material at the ends you lose the blockage. It's not great, but you get what you pay for. August 22, 2013
check your threshold--if it is 1/2 in or higher this product will not work February 12, 2013
Needs Velcro I had to buy Velcro with adhesive backing to make it work. The door wouldn't close without physically moving the product out of the way. It was necessary to lift the outside open end (by attaching it to the door with Velcro) due to the lifted door frame on the floor. If the floor didn't have a lifted edge on the floor it would have worked as intended. January 20, 2013
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I want to use the twin draft guard on my outside door but I also have a screen door that closes on the ouside. Will the draft guard be too large so that the screen door will not close? How many inches in widith is the stopper on the outside? Thank you
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Thank you for your question. The Twin Draft Guard Door Draft Stopper is not recommended for use with a screen door as the fabric may catch on the track.
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