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  • Door Draft Stopper Black - Natural Buckwheat Filling – Choose a Size - USA
  • Door Draft Stopper Black - Natural Buckwheat Filling – Choose a Size - USA
  • Door Draft Stopper Black - Natural Buckwheat Filling – Choose a Size - USA

Door Draft Stopper Black - Natural Buckwheat Filling – Choose a Size - USA

$ 20.00

$ 18.99

Diameters: 2" covers up to a 1" gap, 3” covers up to a 1.5” gap, 4” covers up to a 2” gap (Gap = space below door). Our large diameter draft stoppers work fine for smaller gaps, and the bigger ones also show up more to be enjoyed visually. Additionally, the larger the diameter, the more insulating value is provided. Please note:  Door sills (slanted or narrow) can require a larger diameter because they elevate the gap to be blocked. Look at the sizing diagram in this listing to get the best fit. Be sure to measure and choose the correct size. If you have a non-standard space, email us.

Length: Be sure to measure. Always purchase a draft stopper that is the correct length for the space being filled. Our draft stoppers are malleable to seal completely.

Grown and sewn in the USA – Chemical free clean buckwheat hull filling. Our buckwheat hulls are an excellent filling because they provide a even weight along the entire length providing the best seal. Our winnowing process provides the cleanest hulls. Our hull cracking process provides a denser, heavier filling.

No loops. A draft stopper hanging on a door knob gets in the way. They also get caught in the door. Grab ours in the middle, shift the filling, and hang in the closet over the bar. Also, no attaching to the door. Sounds good in theory, but they don’t stay on unless they are very light weight. If one does stay on, it gets dirty from sweeping back and forth on the floor. Dual draft stoppers are small, light and stiff and are notoriously bad at blocking drafts.

How to clean Maine Sales draft stoppers:  Use a lint roller or a brush. Draft stoppers mostly just get dusty, this method works best. If something more difficult to clean should happen, a damp cloth or sponge can be used, but it’s important not to soak the filling.