How To Install Window Insulator Kits

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  1. Hey guys! Those look they are not even there. Great job. Hope it make a difference for you 🙂 We get wicked wind too, and I know it’s hard to sleep some stormy nights. Have a super Halloween ~Shannon

    • Shayna says:

      So far we’re loving them! At least I’m not the only one who doesn’t get sleep on stormy nights! 😀
      Happy Halloween to YOU!

  2. 🙂 Now, I have to show your post to hubby, we really need to do this for one of our windows in the living room and the one going up the stairs
    I hope it will be easy to install for hubby like it was for you! 🙂 we have the wind coming in from those 2 windows and we can feel it when we walk next to those windows
    I will make sure to look for this, this weekend 🙂
    hope you are having a great day Shayna 🙂

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU, Ingrid! So far so good! I was so excited to try them— anything is worth a shot if it means lower heating costs! 😀
      They are really simple to install!

  3. Sel says:

    Have tried this 3M….was not really impressed….the best thing is to also install a storm type window
    on what you have already. Easterners know about this. Also, if you have big winds ripping by a
    corner or section of a building my advice……get creative, build and re-direct the wind.

    There are other solutions for this type of thing, it does take some work, but well worth it…

    Good luck!

    • Shayna says:

      Bummer, Sel! I’m hoping they work— so far so good! 😀
      We are definitely going to be getting creative in directing the wind… One project at a time though! 😀

  4. Geri says:

    Look very cool……you will have to let us know if they make a big difference……it will be interesting…..

    • Shayna says:

      I will let you know, Geri! So far, so good! I can definitely tell that air isn’t seeping in!
      Love that they’re practically invisible too! 😀

  5. Lauri says:

    They work better if you can install them on the outside of the frame. Of course, you can’t open your windows without destroying the plastic. It’s still pretty unnoticeable.

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