As soon as the cold winter hits, we often have trouble getting out of bed in the morning. It’s still dark out and, more importantly, it’s terribly cold in our home! The run from the warm bed to the shower or the coffee machine is true torture and it always takes a little while for the heating to do its thing. Especially the small windows in the bathroom or toilet can make your home feel like Antarctica in the morning.
So, just wear a bathrobe when you’re sprinting for the shower? No, there’s a better solution!
The window in the bathroom can cause a lot of cold air to get into your home and the same goes for that sneaky window in the toilet. Single-glazed windows are especially big culprits when it comes to icy homes, but even if you have double-glazed windows, your home might still be cold. Did you know there is a simple way to insulate your windows without spending a ton of money? In fact, you might even own the solution already!
Go to the next page to find out how to use bubble wrap as insulation!
All you need for this insulation is bubble wrap and a bit of water. Cut off a piece of bubble wrap the same size as the window you want to insulate. Use a spray bottle to spray a bit of water onto the bubbly side of the bubble wrap as well as onto the window. Now, press the bubble wrap with the damp side onto the window and that’s it! Your insulation is done! Within a few seconds, the bubble wrap will stick and it’ll stay put the entire winter. In spring, when it’s starting to get warmer again, you can just pull it off. Ideal, right? No high costs, it’s done in a few seconds and, best of all: you’ll notice it right away in the morning! This way it’ll be much easier to get out of bed and your home will no longer feel like ice in the morning.
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