when we think of improve the air conditioning of the house in the cold months, we normally resort to a good heating system. But, what good is it if the cold enters and the heat escapes through the windows? Well, a user has shared a video on TikTok that quickly went viral in which she explains a very simple trick to heat the house in winter without having to pay a fortune for heating.
It’s a trick that prevents heat loss and cold entry that any of us can put into practice. Everyone knows how important it is to have windows that fit well and protect from the outside. However, there are occasions, for example in old apartments, where there are no modern insulation and enclosures.
This is where the trick that runs like wildfire on TikTok. It serves to prevent the winter cold from entering through the windows simply by using a little plastic. The user who has shared the video assures that it serves to maintain the heat generated in the home.
It’s as easy as use a type of insulating plastic for windows. We just have to paste it and, to make it look good and without air bubbles, use an adhesive and then a dryer. Once it is time to remove the plastic, we must use a dryer so that the adhesive leaks out and, in this way, detach the insulation easily.
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Home tricks to save on heating in winter
In addition to putting this trick into practice, it is also a good option install weather stripping on windows and front door. They are very easy to install and will save us from paying a fortune for heating.
The most used are self-adhesive weather strips. Although they have a standard size, they can be cut to fit doors and windows. In addition, they usually have a rubber or PVC rubber tab. Placing them is the easiest thing in the world. You just have to clean the area and stick them by applying pressure.
Another very effective home trick is to take a cardboard base and cover it with aluminum foil. We must place it around the radiator. In this way, the heat will be reflected towards all the data in the room, better distributing the heat and increasing the temperature of the room.
With these simple gestures, we can having the heating on for fewer hours and still having heat at home in winter.
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