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Insulate A Window With Bubble Wrap

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Published on Jan 5, 2014

Do you have an out of the way window that allows cold air to seep inside? Try covering it with bubble wrap https://amzn.to/2uWUTcI This is a technique that is simple to do, and helps keep the inside of your home warm and cozy. The bubble wrap will stay for a long time, is easily removed, and won't harm the window. Try it. Cut the bubble wrap to fit your window, spray the bubble side with water, and press it against your window. Simple way to insulate and warm up your home in cold winter weather. It pulls right off in spring.
The bubble wrap is not as effective during the summer. The temperatures are not as extreme, and the direct sunlight is adding heat build up. I block the sun with black out curtains like these http://amzn.to/2nQilnI or cover smaller windows with car reflective silver windshield covers like these http://amzn.to/2n2bFig

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