Rolling Draft Guard
Yet to be tried
I thought this might be a good draft stopper, but it is very light weight and flimsy.
Since it is still warm, I have not been able to use it. Time will tell.
September 14, 2014
Works Pretty Well
I have four of these in all. Instead of screwing the brackets onto the door, I attached them with little coin-sized strong magnets since I have all steel doors. They have helped stop the cold air from coming in under the doors. The rubber strips that came on the bottoms of the doors have all worn away, leaving a gap under the door. Also, they don't look too bad either. I may leave them on the doors year 'round, unless they start falling apart. If they do, I think I could make new ones myself, now that I see how they work and are put together.
March 1, 2014
don't waste your money on this item. Three cardboard rolls that won
't hold together.
December 31, 2013
Measure and plan carefully.
While I kept this product, the diameter of the "tube" with the fabric on didn't quite fill up the space between hardwood and bottom of door.
It would be nice to have that dimension in the description.
I did not use the brackets and was able to use the covered tube on the inside of my door to upstairs. It fills the gap perfectly in that way and looks very nice from the living room
December 7, 2013