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Block chilly drafts that creep in under your door this winter with this cheerful snowman. Decked out in colorful winter garb, the smiling snowman sits in front of your door to stop cold air from coming into your home and adds a festive touch to your decorating. Polyester and sand. Measures 34"L x 4 1/2"W x 16"H.
LOVE my snowman!
This cute snowman draft stopper really does the job and he is so cute! -
Category: Home Decor
I would buy this again.
Love ordering from Collections Etc. Only bad thing shipping is very slow. Tracked my package and it sat in Georgia for days before moving again. I always love everything I order. -
Adorable, Just adorable!!
I put it by the front door after a hard days work. It keeps the draft from coming up from the door and up the blanket I am snuggled in. Perfect, and very cute and adorable! -
Very cute. It is heavy so it stays put. I love it. I'll will use all winter because it does a good job keeping the cold air out. -
Very Cute, but not what the picture shows
I bought this to keep the cold air from coming into my house from under the door. I love the product, however, it is not long enough for the width of my door. The picture makes it look a lot longer. The snowman doesn't even look the same as in the picture. I will still use it. It will be better than nothing. And still at a reasonable price. -
This snowman door drafter is so adorable. There is only one downfall. The weight to keep it in place is in the middle only. I would suggest the weights going through each leg as well. Unfortunately it's flimsy due to the lack of weight to keep it in place up against the door. -
Difficult to use - doesn't stay put
A draft blocker is only useful if it sits tight against the bottom of the door. This draft blocker will not stay tight against the door unless you perfectly balance it so it stays upright. The beans in the product are poorly placed and cannot be moved about in the legs of the penguin. The penguin usually falls forward, away from the door, creating a space for the draft to come in. And I have a normal width door 30", the legs don't cover the whole bottom. -
Hampton Falls, NH