Palmilla Home Furnishings Embroidered Draft Blocker - Faux Suede
About Palmilla Home Furnishings Embroidered Draft Blocker - Faux Suede
Closeouts. Keep drafts out and bills low with Palmilla Home Furnishings' snowflake-embroidered, faux-suede draft blocker.
Specs about Palmilla Home Furnishings Embroidered Draft Blocker - Faux Suede
- Material: Filling: 100% polyester, quarry/pebble stone; Cover: 100% polyester
- Weight: 1 lb. 7 oz.
- Dimensions: Length 36", diameter 4"
- Made in China
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4.500000 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 32 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by spoon from Baker West Virginia on Friday, November 9, 2012
Have been looking for this type of item well made looks great in log home and stops cold air from uneven windows and doors.Hung up and down side of wood door with peg tac.Just the right amount of pebbles to form to where you want them to be.It the perfict draft stopper with style.Got the chocolate c... Read More
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by paddler from MIDWEST on Wednesday, July 13, 2016THESE WILL MAKE GREAT DRAFT BLOCKERS THIS WINTER. WHAT A GREAT BARGAIN THESE WERE AT THIS PRICE!!
Reviewed by ML19 from Florida on Wednesday, June 15, 2016I was hoping this would be a little heavier, but it blocks some of the heat from coming in.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Georgia shopper from Georgia on Thursday, April 14, 2016Ordered this item as it was on sale. When it arrived, I was thrilled. It will be useful when the wind blows and the weather gets cold. It is a nice quality and I appreciate the handle to move it with. As usual I am more than satisfied with my purchase.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lyonet from Bridgeville, PA on Tuesday, January 5, 2016Works
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dr. C. from Northeast Ohio on Monday, November 23, 2015We've purchased several of these, including one for my mother. They don't do a perfect job of blocking drafts at the doors where we use them, they aren't flexible and resilient enough for that but they help a lot and don't look too bad. Weatherstripping tape is better for doors and windows that stay closed all winter but this tape isn't attractive either and isn't ideal for doors we do open occasionally. My mother loves hers; the apartment door where she lives has a large gap at the bottom that creates a breeze and the door bangs back and forth in its steel frame; this blocker solved both problems.