Keep a Room Warm and Cozy With This DIY Door Draft Blocker

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If you’re starting to wrap presents for the holidays, you might want to hold on to those long cardboard wrapping paper tubes. With a few other household materials you can make an effective draft blocker for under your door.

In this video from youtuber DaveHax, you’ll learn all kinds of helpful tips for keeping warm this winter. You’ll learn the basics of staying warm, as well as how to make your own radiating heater with some tealight candles, and last but not least, a great way to block drafts under your door. Grab an old pair of tights, stockings, or leggings, cut off one of the legs, and stuff two long wrapping paper cardboard tubes inside. Then just slide the whole thing under the door. Now you have an extra incentive to get your presents wrapped early this year! If you don’t any of those materials, you can also make a draft blocker with a pool noodle or some pipe insulation.

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Man mistakes plane exit for toilet door, tries to open it at 30,000ft

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LONDON — A man has been arrested and fined €600 ($ 671) after confusing a plane door with a toilet door during a flight from Edinburgh to Amsterdam.

James Gray has been given a five-year ban from flying with the airline KLM after attempting to open the plane door mid-flight, according to the Telegraph.

As soon as the flight landed at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, Gray was placed in a detention centre overnight before receiving his fine. He didn’t realise he was also banned from the airline until he attempted to fly back home and staff refused to let him get on the plane Read more…

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