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tesa 05445 Draught Excluder E Profile, White, 10 m
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 11 January 2010
Recently moved to a double glazed house thinking I would not have to worry about draft issues, I was wrong as there were some small gaps between several doors and the door frame and and the same for windows and the window frame, causing significant draft and particularly during this cold snap. I bought this draft exluder hoping to reduce the draft and heat loss. Extremely pleased with this with the performance of this item and I can feel the difference - highly recommended
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 30 October 2013
I needed to keep out very strong cooking odours that have been wafting into my home from a nearby new restaurant that seems keen on 'chargrilling' (terrible smell, and hopeless local council for not dealing with it...). My windows have an effective seal, but - though I normally prefer to have some 'natural ventilation' - the door-frame needed attention.

This is a very good quality and effective product, and I thoroughly recommend it - it's great for keeping out winter draughts and retaining heat, too. The product would also be fine for draughty window-frames, as well as door-frames. Another plus is that it also seems to insulate against outside noise too.

It is very easily cut to size and applied (N.B. the surface that it is to be stuck to needs to be cleaned well, first). It can also be easily peeled off then re-applied - when trying to get it on just right - yet the adhesive remains strong. The 'E-profile' is intended for gaps 1 - 3.5 mm (make sure you check out the various different types and get one that is suitable for the size of gap you need to fill). I did however have a small section with a wider gap, and simply stuck one layer on top of the other, no problem. I also 'doubled up' and had 2 layers side by side in some parts. (I used the entire 10 metres for the one door-frame. Note that the photo shows that it is supplied as 2 x 5m strips, which are fairly narrow, side by side on the roll.) The material is quite spongy and compresses well, and fills the gaps very effectively. The packaging says it should remain effective for 8 years!

It really seems to have worked - along with a letterbox brush/draught excluder - in keeping out the woeful pongs (plus draughts and noise). Very pleased - and relieved!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 24 January 2013
It has taken me fifteen years to manage to actually get this stuff! Finally (having seen it on screen and the ease of purchase) I did, and it works!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 13 February 2012
Got this to put round windows. It seems decent quality but after 2 weeks it has began to curl round on itself and I've had to remove some of it as it's just a sticky mass or rubber. Needs to be stickier (is that a word?) to work efficiently enough for windows.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 26 April 2013
This product is great. I've used it on an access hatch under the eaves and around a draughty door. It's obviously best when the door/window only squashes it (rather than scraping across it) but with a couple of staples from the nail gun I have secured this in some very unlikely locations. I think 10m should do a couple of doors or so.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 16 June 2013
Just what was needed on those really windy days when double glazing is not doing it`s job and curtains are blowing around even though the windows are shut fits in snuggly between the window and the frame and easily split down the middle for smaller places now we are snug as a bug in the rug ( as they say )
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 13 January 2012
Simple and easy to use, although you may need a step ladder to get it right up into the corner of the frame. I applied this excluder to two small windows in my house and immediately noticed less noise from the street and no draught. Very good.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 22 April 2012
My boyfriend lives in a flat he doesn't have double glazing and was feeling the cold.I ordered this product and since he has sealed round the windows it has helped so much to keep the rooms warmer and keep the draught out.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 7 January 2011
The Tesa draught excluder is a good way to keep the warmth inside the house. It is useful for all doors within the house, but I found it was useless for the front door. I also had problems with some doors, as they were not properly aligned. Check that there is a small space between the door and the frame to fit the draught excluder. If that space is not there, the door will not close properly afterwards.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 9 October 2013
The first thing I noticed was that this draught excluder is quite solid and substantial. Not difficult to use as it is very flexible.
The 'rubber' material has a good amount of 'give' so you can get a good seal in a tight space.
It is really easy to use and has good strong adhesive properties.
The fact you can either use the whole width or split it as shown in the picture is also a bonus. Very versatile.
A good purchase - this is my second order.
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