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October 1, 2012

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Things don't have to be high tech to work! This idea just makes sense vs using caulk and other caustic-type fillers. Our windows have warped over 26 years and we've had a few replaced, but it doesn't make sense to replace all. I put the sticky foam weatherstripping on the outer edge of the window where it meets the sill to keep out the cold. It works well. Thanks for sharing, Lydia.

Shirley

Shirley, so true. Our house is well-insulated, and quiet, and when it springs a leak, we can fix it ourselves with a trusty screwdriver!

Very interesting!

Cool way to fix it--wow. Still warm IN St. Paul, Minnesota. Hmm.. Not complaining, you know!!! (70 today and the second driest September on record.)Tomatoes still coming on..and it's 10/1.

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